The critics praise Volumes 1 and 2 of The National Review Treasury of Classic Children’s Literature. Catholic Parent magazine says these “excellent, wholesome” collections are filled with “wonderful children’s stories that will delight, entertain and nourish your youngsters and teenagers.” And the Wall Street Journal says they’ll “excite in children an appreciation for the human condition.” Every tale — whether about knights and princesses, giants or dwarfs, beggars and angels, whether tales of daring and silliness, or even saintliness, with brave girls defending their country and intrepid boys risking their lives to rescue others — is wholesome, entertaining, instructive, and inspirational. Each book is a 500-plus-page, lavishly illustrated handsome hardcover. When first published they sold for $29.95 a copy, but now you can get both volumes for only $39.95. Shipping (via U.S. “Media Mail”) and handling are free. Order here.