Get Your Junior Classics

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You have the chance to get your hands on newly printed editions of the classic series of books for youth. (Click on the animated GIF above). They are available in digital, hardcover, and deluxe leather editions. You can read more about this project by visiting Vox Popoli.
If you homeschool, or even if you do not, but have children, grandchildren, nieces/nephews, neighborhood kids, etc., you might want to get a copy. These are the types of stories that they need to be reading. You will enjoy them yourself.
This is what we mean by “reclaiming Western Civilization.” We take it back, one step at a time, and the production of this series is a welcome move.

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  1. These are great. Someone gave us these when I was about ten, along with some Doc Savage. We still have all of the Junior Classics, but the Doc Savage ones wore out, haha. I think mine were printed around 1953. I’m glad they’re back in print.
    I’m probably the only one in my generation who’s read Doc Savage.

    • We are trying to convince the CH folks to do some Tom Swift books, but who knows if they will. I will mention the Doc Savage books, as I know they are considering other works to give this treatment.

      • Born in the mid Sixties, but I didn’t get around to reading Doc Savage until a few years ago. D.S. dates from the early Thirties, so these aren’t yet public domain works. Definitely good adventure stories for boys. The racial stereotypes will make SJWs reeee, which is always fun.

  2. Born in ’65, but I didn’t get around to reading Doc Savage until a few years ago. D.S. dates from the early Thirties, so these aren’t yet public domain works. Definitely good adventure stories for boys. The racial stereotypes will make SJWs reeee, which is always fun.

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