This article is in collaboration with Yesterday’s Classics.
Every so often, a vendor comes along to the TOS Homeschool Crew that practically everyone is interested in. Such is the case with today’s review for Yesterday’s Classics and their eBook package of 225 titles. With that many books available, there really was something for everyone.
Yesterday’s Classics has been publishing classic children’s literature for quite some time now, and they still offer all those wonderful paperback editions of old books, updated to have formatting and fonts in formats that are more what we are used to today.
But they also have eBook collections available, in either Kindle or EPub formats. You can purchase individual titles for $2-5 each. Or you can get the gigantic collection of 225 books.
This collection includes a huge variety of books. Such as:
- World History (with titles like Thirty More Famous Stories Retold by James Baldwin, or The Awakening of Europe by M. B. Synge)
- Children of the World (with titles such as The Japanese Twins by Lucy Fitch Perkins, or The Seven Little Sisters Who Live on the Round Ball by Jane Andrews)
- Nature (with titles like The Burgess Bird Book for Children by Thornton Burgess, or Trees and Shrubs by Arabella Buckley)
- Ancient Greece (with titles including Tanglewood Tales by Nathaniel Hawthorne and The Odyssey for Boys and Girls by Alfred J. Church)
- Fables (with titles such as Jakata Tales by Ellen C. Babbitt, or The Book of Fables and Folk Stories by Horace Elisha Scudder)
- Ancient Rome (with titles like The Story of the Romans by H. A. Guerber, or The Children’s Plutarch by F. J. Gould)
- Fairy Tales (with titles including The Blue Fairy Book by Andrew Lang, or West African Folk-Tales by William H. Barker)
- Britain (with titles like Our Island Story by H. E. Marshall, or In the Days of Queen Elizabeth by Eva March Tappan)
- Shakespeare (Tales from Shakespeare by Charles and Mary Lamb, and Beautiful Stories from Shakespeare by E. Nesbit)
- Faith (with titles such as The Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan, or The Early Church, from Ignatius to Augustine by George Hodges)
- Early Civilizations (with titles including Streams of History: Early Civilizations by Ellwood W. Kemp, or Tales and Customs of the Ancient Hebrews by Eva Herbst)
- Poetry (with titles like Poems Every Child Should Know by Mary E. Burt, or A Child’s Own Book of Verse Books One, Two and Three by Ada Skinner)
- Middle Ages (with titles such as Famous Men of the Middle Ages by John H. Haaren, or When Knights Were Bold by Eva March Tappan)
- Legends (with titles including The Book of Legends by Horace E. Scudder, or King Arthur and His Knights by Maude Radford Warren)
- Renaissance and Exploration (with titles like The Story of Sir Walter Raleigh by Margaret Duncan Kelly, or The Netherlands by Mary Macgregor)
- Science (with titles including The Story Book of Science by Jean Henri Fabre, or Great Inventors and Their Inventions by Frank P. Bachman)
- American History (with titles such as Boys and Girls of Colonial Days by Carolyn Sherwin Bailey, or Stories of Great Americans for Little Americans by Edward Eggleston)
- Literature, Biography, Christmas Stories, Readers…
Don’t have an E-Reader? Not a problem. The EPub format works with E-Reader apps that you can use on your PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, etc. You can even download The Dutch Twins for free — in both Kindle and EPub formats, to see for yourself how these will work with your apps or your device. Go here, and scroll about 1/4 of the way down.
Click the link below to hear what Crew members thought about the eBook collection from Yesterday’s Classics.
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Special thanks to First Mate Debra from Footprints in the Butter for writing this introductory article.
21 thoughts on “Yesterday’s Classics”
I am so excited to have these great classics all stored in one convenient place, on my Kindle.
This was such a great review. I love having all of these wonderful books at my disposal! My link has been sent.