Books by James Baldwin


James Baldwin (1841-1925) was an American textbook editor and author who had enormous influence in the publication of grammar and history textbooks at the beginning of the twentieth century. Born into a Quaker family in rural Indiana, he was largely self-educated. After publishing his first work, The Story of Siegfried (1882) he wrote more than fifty books, including Old Greek Stories (1895) and Fifty Famous Stories Retold (1895).


Blues for Mister Charlie: A Play

James Baldwin


The Fire Next Time

James Baldwin


An American Book of Golden Deeds

James Baldwin


Little Man, Little Man: A Story of Childhood

James Baldwin


If Beale Street Could Talk

James Baldwin


The Story of Siegfried: Heroes & Giants

James Baldwin and Howard Pyle


Fairy Stories and Fables

James Baldwin


Stories of Don Quixote: Written Anew for Children

James Baldwin and G. A. Harker


Duties, Pleasures, and Conflicts: Essays in Struggle

Michael Thelwell and Michael M. Thelwell


Old Greek Stories

James Baldwin


Nothing Personal

James Baldwin


Stories of the Greek Gods: Book 1

James Baldwin


A Story of the Golden Age

James Baldwin


Robinson Crusoe

Daniel Defoe and James Baldwin


If They Come in the Morning... Lib/E: Voices of Resistance

Huey P. Newton, James Baldwin, et al.