Everyone loves stories. This treasure of inspiration was originally printed by the Review and Herald in 1913 as a premium for subscribers to the Youth's Instructor, a 16 page weekly paper. "Stories Worth Rereading" was written to provide children and youth with stories worth reading; stories relating incidents of history, missionary effort, and home and school experiences. These stories will inspire, instruct, and entertain the readers.
"Stories Worth Rereading" is one of the best selections of old-fashioned "character building" stories that you will find. It is highly recommended to any family and is also a treasure-chest for pastors and others who tell children's stories.