Review: Salem Ridge Press

Salem Ridge Press is a company offering great out of print books originally published in the 1800’s and early 1900’s.  These are wholesome books with Godly character.  They take great care to republish books with high moral values.   This company was started by a young man that was homeschooled and wanted to republished old books and make them available to everyone.  You can read about his interesting story here.

We have always looked for great books to be big part of our kids’ education.  Salem Ridge Press has gone above and beyond to provide many books that would not otherwise be available.  The reviewing process that goes into these books is amazing.  I know that if I offer my children a book from them, that they will be reading wholesome material.

Salem Ridge Press‘ website is very easy to navigate. Books are listed by age, author, time period and alphabetically.  Books are available in paperback and hard cover from their website.  Books are also available from other sources, including amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, other homeschool retailers and by ebook at TOS Magazine’s Schoolhouse Store .  The age range for their books is 6 to adult and prices vary from $7.95 (ebook) to $24.95 (hard cover).  In my experience with Salem Ridge Press, they have proven to be a friendly company and they have had great customer service.

I was given the paperback version of From Bondage to Freedom and the ebooks Marie’s Home and Before the Dawn.  I was very impressed by the quality and content of these books.  Certainly ones that I am glad to add to our library!

Salem Ridge Press books were provided free for my review, as a member of the TOS Crew.  I also state that the opinion is my honest opinion, and I was not reimbursed in any other way.

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