Good Books for Young Men

When I think about the future of our youth, I must confess, I’m a bit concerned.

I look at YouTube, FaceBook, Pinterest and other online platforms with sadness.

WHAT HAS HAPPENED?

Scientists have long proved that what you put in front of your face affects your mindset. Yet, we allow our children to be bombarded with sex, drugs, and music that has an eternal effect.

For Educators who are wanting to bring a different mindset back into the classroom, get young men these character building books. Our Nation is most definitely not perfect, but we have seen some good from those that came before us. We have men who are gentlemen, kind, loving and thoughtful. Then we have men that fill our dreams will fear.

What are we planting into our youth?

Which type of man do you prefer walk our streets? If we don’t do something about what they are learning, our country will be a third world country. Change the mindset and get back to some of the old basics that worked.

Lamplighter Publishing

“Building Character, One Story At A Time”

Davy Crockett
Twice Bought
The Birkenhead Drill
Gentle Ben
Incident at Hawk’s Hill
The Yearling
Marguerite Henry books, especially if they like horses; and don’t
overlook Benjamin West and His Cat Grimalkin
Three Arrows
Hank the Cowdog series
Titanic’ s Last Hero
The Prairie Chief
The Alamo (Edward Ellis)
(Previous six titles from Mantle Ministries)
Sergeant York’s autobiography
Books by Jules Verne (more for older boys)
Laddie
Where the Wild Fern Grows
Redksins and Cowboys
Girl of the Limberlost
Little Lord Fauntleroy
Here’s a set for Young Men that we had.

Boys of Grit Who:

Click here for the link: Set Includes:

Boys of Grit Who Became Men of Honour (Vol. 1)
Boys of Grit Who Changed the World (Vol. 2)
Boys of Grit Who Never Gave Up (Vol. 3)
The Boy Who Never Lost a Chance

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