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The King's Daughter Grace and Truth Books
  • ISBN: 9781-59765-0212
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Page Count: 224
  • Publisher: Ab Publishing

The King’s Daughter and Other Stories for Girls (hardcover)

$12.95 $11.50

Like the volume for boys, Tiger & Tom, this volume for girls was also published in the 1800s and contains over 40 character-building stories and 100 illustrations.

One mother of four has written to say, “I have literally spent thousands of dollars on educational and character building materials, and none have been as encouraging, nor as influential as these old time-stories.”

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The King’s Daughter

and Other Stories for Girls

Character Classics: “Words Fitly Spoken” – Every story contains an important lesson

Like the volume for boys, Tiger & Tom, this volume for girls was also published in the 1800s and contains over 40 character-building stories and 100 illustrations.  The King’s Daughter is just one of the many wonderful stories within.

One mother of four has written to say, “I have literally spent thousands of dollars on educational and character building materials, and none have been as encouraging, nor as influential as these old time-stories.”

The King’s Daughter includes stories on:

  • What One Lie Did
  • Putting Off Till Tomorrow
  • The Dangerous Door
  • The Impossible Yesterday
  • The King’s Daughter
  • A Valuable Secret
  • Telling Mother
  • Duty and Pleasure
  • Confide in Mother
  • Nothing Finished
  • Two Kinds of Service
  • How She Showed She was Sorry
  • Careless Gracie’s Lesson
  • Mopsey’s Mistake
  • What’s the Use?
  • The Golden Windows
  • The Old Brown House
  • The Impossible Yesterday
  • Bertha’s Grandmother
  • The Stolen Orange
  • … and 25 more stories

A note from the original publisher in the 1870s:

The stories in this book were compiled from a four volume set titled Sabbath Readings. The stories were originally gathered from church papers in the 1800s – Methodist, Lutheran, Presbyterian, Baptist, Brethren and more. We bring to you the 1910 reproduction, which is when the stories were first illustrated. We have found these stories to be truly a breath of fresh air in literature for children and youth. May they receive a warm welcome in your home, is our prayer.

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