Sunday Library for Household Reading facts for kids
The Sunday Library for Household Reading was a British series of children's religious biographies and histories. It was published by Macmillan from 1868, and edited by Frances Martin. The intended audience has been identified as families reading after church service on Sunday.
The works appeared in monthly parts at one shilling, as part publishing.
|I||1868||Charlotte Mary Yonge||The Pupils of St. John the Divine|
|II||1868||Charles Kingsley||The Hermits|
|III||1868||Frederic William Farrar||Seekers after God|
|IV||1868||George Macdonald||England's Antiphon|
|V||1869||François Guizot||Saint Louis and Calvin, translation by Frances Martin|
|VI||1869||Catherine Winkworth||Christian Singers of Germany|
|VII||1869||George Frederick Maclear||Apostles of Mediæval Europe|
|VIII||1869||Thomas Hughes||Alfred the Great|
|IX||1870||Annie Keary||The Nations Around|
|X||1870||R. W. Church||St. Anselm|
|XI||1868||Mrs. Oliphant||Saint Francis of Assisi|
|XII||1871||Charlotte Yonge||Pioneers and Founders; or, Recent Workers in the Mission Field|
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