Storm and Sunshine; or, the Right Way and the Wrong Way

By: Thinker, Theodore

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Pages very faintly foxed. 1854 Small Hard Cover. 96 pp. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Francis Channing Woodworth (1812 – June 5, 1859) was a printer, vicar and a writer. He was born at Colchester, Connecticut, the nephew of Samuel Woodworth,[1] and began his career as a printer. After eight years he became a preacher, but quit because of health issues.[2] Thereafter he became a writer of juvenile literature,[3] sometimes using pseudonym Theodore Tinker.[3] He was editor of a magazine called The Youth's Cabinet, which his brother D. Austin Woodworth published.[4] Francis died while sailing to New York from Savannah, Georgia.[3]'

Title: Storm and Sunshine; or, the Right Way and the Wrong Way

Author: Thinker, Theodore

Categories: Vintage, Christian,

Publisher: Clark, Austin & Smith: 1854

Binding: Small Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Seller ID: 2262496

Keywords: THEODORE THINKER STORM SUNSHINE RIGHT WRONG WAY CHILDREN VINTAGE RELIGION RELIGIOUS CHRISTIAN CHRISTIANITY FRANCIS CHANNING WOODWORTH,