Emma Gelders Sterne
(1894 - 1971)
Emma Gelders Sterne was born in Birmingham, Alabama in 1894. She graduated from Smith College in 1916. She began her writing career by writing stories for her two daughters. She went on to write historical fiction and history books for children. She was a strong proponent of civil rights.
An illustrated simplified version of the Bible. This is the one-volume edition.
Drums of Monmouth (1935)
This is a biography of Philip Freneau, known as the poet of the revolution. He was a friend of Madison and Jefferson and edited an anti-federalist newspaper.
A retelling of the story of King Arthur and his Knights.