The Children’s Character Building Collection Study Guide
The First Study Guide ever for this Collection
The Children’s Character Building Collection Study Guide includes questions, answers, activities, and memory verses! It will enrich the content of each of these books in the collection for your family:
- The Bible in the Wall
- Godliness is Great Gain
- The Reward of Childhood Truth
- Wandering May
- Little Daisy and the Swearing Class
- Tampering With Temptation
- The Weed With an Ill Name
- Roses and Thorns
- The Little Medicine Carrier
- Theobold the Iron-Hearted
- A Little Rebel Becomes a Saint
Memory Verses in Two Versions
This Study Guide will render these stories more useful and profitable to families than ever. Memory verses are cited in two English Bible versions, so families may use their preference. Both ESV (English Standard Version) and KJV (King James Version) Scriptures are included.
Not meant as a quiz or test, The Children’s Character Building Collection Study Guide is rather a tool for parents and children. You can sit down together and learn more than ever from the stories. With the questions and activities, parents and children can go over the key elements of the stories in a way which will be enjoyable, memorable, and spiritually profitable.
About the Stories in The Children’s Character Building Collection
One of the best gifts you could ever give a child are the eleven stories of our renowned, classic 19th century Children’s Character Building Collection. And this new printing of the collection is the highest-quality edition of them ever done. All 11 volumes have beautiful new art, hand-painted covers. This is our all-time favorite set of children’s stories from last century, and all with fresh artwork that captures the feel of that era!
Each of these delightful volumes is full of Biblical truth, presented in the most winsome possible stories. These have warmed the heart and instructed the mind of hundreds of thousands of children. The reading level for this set is often said to be 4th – 5th grade. But we find children of all ages enjoy them, and even adults often tell us they find them delightful to read. They make wonderful read-alouds to children from K through 3rd grade too.