When the townspeople of Alverton look upon the little lame boy named David, they have adequate reason to call him "Poor David." But he is perhaps wealthier than all who look upon him. His wealth is in the golden light of his smile and the richness of his mind. Though he longs to be physically strong, his friend Arthur teaches him that strength is not only in muscles and bones but also in strength of heart. Just like Sir Galahad of long ago, David's strength is as the strength of ten because his heart is pure. His pure heart reaps great rewards as he grows to become a highly respected young man. 96 pages, hardcover. Written in 1904.
Little Sir Galahad is part of the Fireside Collection (which is comprised of 81 Lamplighter Publishing books that include stories that Lamplighter selected to be the best for family reading, devotions, and bedtime stories.)
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