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  1. A Young Folk's History of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (1919)

    A Young Folk's History of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (1919)

    by Nephi Anderson


    Studying the history of the Church will implant in our boys and girls a love for its heroes, a loyalty to its principles, and an appreciation of its achievements. This history was published in 1919, therefore, it covers material through the administration of President Joseph F. Smith, and the beginnings of the administration of President Heber J. Grant.
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  2. Catechism for Children (1877)

    Catechism for Children (1877)

    by John Jaques


    Generally Latter-day Saints think of catechisms as instructional tools used in other churches - but not in their own church. A catechism is a book set up in question / answer format that requires memorization. This catechism was the most popular among the early Saints. Among the various items with their scriptural foundations found in this children's book are: ordinances of the Church; the plurality of Gods; the premortal existence; The Fall of Adam; the Word of Wisdom; and the Church in the Dispensation of the Fulness of Times. This is a very complete book and one that will provide a challenge for any youth or adult in the Church.
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  3. For Our Little Friends (1892)

    For Our Little Friends (1892)

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    Reading this book to children opens a whole world of living history. Some situations may seem strange, but if the century-old lessons are not immediately apparent, counterparts in today's experiences may be readily pointed out to children.
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  4. From Plowboy to Prophet (1912)

    From Plowboy to Prophet (1912)

    by William A. Morton


    This was one of the first books written in the Church using a children's format; but despite the juvenile introduction ("My dear little friends") this volume still contains healthy doses of doctrine and pertinent historical information.
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  5. Good Stories for Boys & Girls (1924)

    Good Stories for Boys & Girls (1924)

    by William A. Morton


    Some of the stories tell of past pioneer events while others are contemporary with the publication of the book in 1924. All stories lead to a moral and portray character traits - both good and bad - that young people can clearly identify.
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  6. Mother Stories from the Book of Mormon (1913)

    Mother Stories from the Book of Mormon (1913)

    by William A. Morton


    "This was my first introduction to the Book of Mormon. Reading from the Book of Mormon itself occurred when we were a little older and could understand the more difficult language and the more complex thread of the story. It was in those initial circumstances that there developed within us a love for this sacred volume and for other wonderful pieces of writing that she shared with us."
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  7. Mount Vernon:  A Letter to the Children of America (1858)

    Mount Vernon: A Letter to the Children of America (1858)

    by Susan Fenimore Cooper


    This book is addressed to the “Children of America” and is intended to point out the moral, Christian, and political lessons to be learned from George Washington’s exemplary life.
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  8. Sebastian Bach, the Boy From Thuringia (1934)

    Sebastian Bach, the Boy From Thuringia (1934)

    by Opal Wheeler & Sybil Deucher


    Sebastian Bach, The Boy of Thuringia is the first complete work on the life of Bach ever written for children. Every important incident is mentioned and every detail of the story is true.
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  9. Stories of American Explorers & Settlers (1933)

    Stories of American Explorers & Settlers (1933)

    by Sarah Dow Heard & M. W. King


    As little as five hundred years ago, the most learned European geographers had no idea that two continents, four times the size of Europe, existed on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean.
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  10. The Children of History (1910)

    The Children of History (1910)

    by Mary S. Hancock


    In this work by Mary S. Hancock, many of the key figures in history from 1000 A.D. to 1910 are portrayed.
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