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County of Barrhead, Alberta
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Pella, Iowa
50219 U.S.A.
 

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Golden Inheritance series 
A series of English classics for children.

Reminiscent of W.G. VandeHulst, these books are sure to endear itself to
parents as well as to young children. Most certainly recommended.

All the books in the Golden Inheritance Series are independent stories
written by authors of the nineteenth century for children and adults of all ages.

 

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Subject: Fiction
Age: 9-99
ISBN 978-0-921100-63-9
Retail Price: $8.95

Jessica's First Prayer#1 Jessica's First Prayer
       & Jessica's Mother

                 by Hesba Stretton


Liz Buist in Reformed Perspective: There is much to be learned from this story. It is written primarily for children, but this book is worthwhile reading for adults as well . . . Highly recommended for young and older.

 

 

 

 

"One of the most tender, touching, and withal gracious stories that we ever remember to have read. A dear little book for our children. We are not ashamed of having shed tears while reading it; in fact, should have been ten times more ashamed if we had not. The sweet portrait of the poor child Jessica is a study, and old Daniel is perfect in his own way."

The Sword and Trowel


 

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Subject: Fiction
Age: 8-99
ISBN 978-0-921100-81-7
Retail Price: $8.95

Probable Sons#2 Probable Sons
             by Amy Le Feuvre


The Sword and Trowel says: A lovely story that everybody man, woman, boy, or girl ought to read. The heroine is a charming child who, in a most winning way, applies to everyday life the Parable of the Prodigal Son, whom she mis-calls the Probable Son. It is scarcely possible to praise too highly this delightful volume.

 

 

 

  

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Subject: Fiction
Age: 8-99
ISBN 978-0-921100-91-4
Retail Price: $8.95

Pilgrim Street#3 Pilgrim Street
             by Hesba Stretton


Little Phil desperately wants to see his brother Tom. He knows Tom isn't guilty. But Phil is afraid of the policeman. Who will help these street urchins?

 

 

 

 

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Subject: Fiction
Age: 8-99
ISBN 978-0-921100-82-5
Retail Price: $8.95

Legend Led#4 Legend Led
             by Amy Le Feuvre


Three children, orphaned at an early age and living with a governess, are suddenly sent for by an older stepbrother who lives in the country. Steeped in Arthurian legends, Gypsy, the youngest of the three children, is convinced that the Holy Grail, or `Holy Thing' as she calls it, is hidden somewhere on their brother's estate. When she does actually find the `Holy Thing', it is not quite what she has expected.

 

 

 

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Little Meg's Children

Subject: Fiction
Age: 8-99
ISBN 978-0-921100-92-2
Retail Price: $8.95

#5 Little Meg's Children
             by Hesba Stretton


Christine Farenhorst in Christian Renewal: During the Victorian era a family, reduced to penury, lives in a squalid tenement awaiting their seafaring father's return. When the mother dies, the responsibility of caring for her two small brothers devolves to a very young girl. Having been initiated in the rudiments of Christianity through her mother's Bible reading, with child-like faith this little woman keeps her family going.
Reminiscent of W.G. VandeHulst, Stretton manages to pass on to her readers the importance of unquestioning faith in an omniscient God. Excellent reading.

 

 

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Teddy's Button

Subject: Fiction
Age: 8-99
ISBN 978-0-921100-83-3
Retail Price: $8.95

#6 Teddy's Button
             by Amy Le Feuvre


The Life of Faith says: Teddy's Button is by the author of Probable Sons, and it would be difficult to say which is the better.

Rev. Thomas Spurgeon says: A smile-provoking, tear-compelling, heart-inspiring book. I wish every mother would read it to her children.

The Christian says: A lively little story, telling of a lad whose military spirit found satisfaction in enlisting in Christ's army and fighting God's battles. 

 

 

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Lost Gip

Subject: Fiction
Age: 9-99
ISBN 978-0-921100-93-0
Retail Price: $8.95

#7 Lost Gip
             by Hesba Stretton


"Sandy will be a good boy, I know, for he loves to hear me tell him of Jesus Christ, and he's beginning to understand it all better now. Mother," and Johnny put his arm fondly around her neck, "I want you to let Sandy have my Sunday clothes, and let me see him go to chapel with Father." 

  

 

 

  

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Subject: Fiction
Age: 9-99
ISBN 978-0-921100-84-1
Retail Price: $8.95

Harebell's Friend#8 Harebell's Friend
             by Amy Le Feuvre


When her father dies, poor orphaned Harebell is taken from India to England. But Aunt Diana, under whose care Harebell is placed, dislikes children, and would rather send her niece off to a boarding school than keep her at her grand home. Despite her loneliness, Harebell’s vivid imagination endears her to most people she meets, except the minister’s son, who considers her snobbish, boring, and arrogant because she would rather tell the town drunkard, Tom Triggs, about the Lord Jesus than play his games. When Peter gets her into a terrible scrape, Aunt Diana distrusts her honesty and arranges to send her to a boarding school. In her distress Harebell runs away from home. But in her flight she again meets Tom Triggs . . . What will this encounter lead to?

 

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Cassy

Subject: Fiction
Age: 8-99
ISBN 978-0-921100-94-9
Retail Price: $8.95

#9 Cassy
             by Hesba Stretton


The dog seemed perfectly to understand the state of affairs, and was somewhat doubtful of the step the girl was about to take. He followed her slowly for a few yards, and then ran back and sniffed about the damp straw by the entrance, where he was used to sleep, and thrust his nose carefully among the smouldering sticks, which were the cause of this sudden flight. But as the girl disappeared among the trees, and whistled softly for him, he made up his mind to follow her, and the next minute the two were running as swiftly as the girl's feet could carry her away from the only home she had. 

 

 

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Andy Man

Subject: Fiction
Age: 8-99
ISBN 978-0-921100-95-9
Retail Price: $8.95

#10 Andy Man
             by Amy Le Feuvre


Andy, the orphaned son of a London policeman at the beginning of the twentieth century, becomes John’s handy man out in the country. But honest head-strong Andy finds himself in some troubling situations. Will he be allowed to remain with John? And what about the mysterious visitor? 

 

 

 

 

 

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About the Authors

Hesba Stretton
Hesba Stretton (Sarah Smith, 1832-1911) was born in Wellington, England. She was a co-founder of the London Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, and wrote many fictional books for children.

Amy Le Feuvre
Amelia Sophia Le Feuvre (1861-1929) was born in Blackheath, London, England.  She grew up in a large family which employed a governess for the children's education. Her father worked as a Surveyor at H. M. Customs - CSO. She wrote many books, stories and for magazines like Sunday at Home and Quiver. She died at Exeter, Devonshire after 68 fruitful years.

 

 

Fiction   ~   Books by Van de Hulst

 

 William of Orange, the Silent Prince

William of Orange, the Silent Prince
William the Silent
Price $11.95

Anak, the Eskimo Boy

Anak the
Eskimo Boy

by Piet Prins
Price $8.95

 Susanneke

Susanneke
A Girl during Christmas
Price $4.95

Tekko and the White Man

Tekko and the White Man
Mission in
Indonesia #1

Price $7.95

 

 

Scout

Thank you for your prompt service. My 13yr old and 10yr old sons enjoyed the first 3 books immensely (Scout). I just read "Secret of the Swamp" for the 3rd time to my 10yr old. He can't get enough of Scout. Thanks again, L.C.