Spurgeon, Charles H.
Boys and girls can relive Bible times with these twenty-three remarkable stories of sheep and wolves, robbers and merchants, school boys who became fascinated with God, girls who found an exciting new life in Jesus - the dangers and thrills of being a Christian in the Muslim land now called Iran.
An ideal book for reading to a church school class or youth, Tales of Persia should hold the interest of children and youth, especially those at the elementary and junior-high age.
Dr. Miller has kept a thoroughly Persian flavor in these stories for American children. They demonstrate that Jesus is still able to reach any heart and to change any life.
William McElwee Miller spent forty-three years as a missionary to Persia where he translated and prepared several books and Bible commentaries in Persian