- A.H. Reed and Religious Education
A.H. Reed (compiler). Challenge and cheer for Sunday school workers . Dunedin: A.H. Reed, 
This modest little pamphlet of religious quotations lettered in red and green was published to provide moral support for Sunday school teachers. It was one of the earliest items to be published under the imprint of A.H. Reed.
A.H. Reed (editor). Sunday school progress. Dunedin: A.H. Reed Ltd., November 1926.
A devout Christian, A.H. Reed was driven by his desire to improve the effectiveness of Sunday school teaching methods and materials, and began his quarterly typewritten Sunday school progress periodical in 1922. It ran for a quarter of a century and was later edited by A.W. Reed.
A.W. Reed (editor). Progressive Sunday school lessons: What Jesus did, 1. Wellington: A.H. & A.W. Reed, 1948.
when Alfred Reed teamed up with his nephew Alexander Wyclif (‘Clif’) Reed to
form A.H. & A.W. Reed Ltd., their first and many subsequent publications
were aimed at Sunday schools. One such example was Progressive Sunday school lessons.
Beverley Shore. Flannelcraft figure book, no. 10. Noah’s ark. Wellington: A.H. & A.W. Reed, [1949?]
in 1947, Reeds’ Flannelcraft figure books
were published in 11 volumes, chiefly with religious themes.
A.W. Reed. The activity book for composite classes. Book A. Wellington: A.H. & A.W. Reed, 
example of a Christian education textbook belonging to a series devised by the
energetic Clif Reed.
Handbook to the agreed syllabus of religious knowledge. Standard 4. Revised edition. Wellington: A.H. & A.W. Reed for the New Zealand Council for Christian Education, 1962.
decades after the launch of Sunday school
progress, Reeds were still prominent in the publication of volumes in aid
of Christian education.