A boy and a goose


We've resurrected some of America's great textbooks from the 1930s for parents who want their children to learn — rather than be indoctrinated

why children's classics?

First, thank you for taking the time to visit our site. It shows you care about the education of your children or grandchildren – a most admirable trait. 

You’ve probably seen it in the news, or on social media. Parents discover that their children are being exposed to absolutely inappropriate materials masquerading as “educational literature” — but it’s really nothing more than indoctrination (or worse, grooming) propaganda.

Children’s Classics is an ever-growing line of books originally written in the early part of the 20th century by prominent educators (when that wasn’t a pejorative). These books were used by students nationwide, and are just as relevant today as they were 90 years ago – singularly focused on helping children learn to read and explore their world through the written word.

I actually learned to read from one of the books in our debut series, Round About You by Nila Banton Smith from her “Unit-Activity Reading Series.” Starting with two pre-primers, and moving into a numbered series, the Unit-Activity Reading Series follows young readers throughout elementary school with increasingly more challenging material. 

It’s perfect for homeschooling, and for those parents (and like me, grandparents) who want their children to learn to read without having modern nonsense shoved into their curriculum.

If you’re interested in helping your child or grandchild achieve the gift of language, this series of books is the perfect antidote to today’s woke nonsense. 

Thank you again for taking the time to visit and check out our books. I appreciate your support. – Jim Bunte