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“Children’s Trials” was written and published by the American Sunday-School Union, a society made up of various Christian denominations, whose goal was to create affordable moral and religious publications for the general public. Children’s Trials is split into three stories, each aimed at teaching a different lesson to juvenile readers.
Note: This particular copy of the work has children’s drawing in the front and back. These were not done so by the publisher.
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