- Late 20th Century Hymnbooks
Margaret V. Old and Elspeth M. Stephenson (compilers). Sing to God: Christian songs for juniors. London: Scripture Union, 1971.
Sing to God is a 1971 publication by the
long-standing Scripture Union, formerly C.S.S.M., who in earlier days produced Golden bells (see 18.4).
Dorothy R. Wilton and Pauline Buzzing (compilers). New child songs: Christian songs for under-eights. Nutfield [England]: Denholm House, 1973.
New child songs is intended for under-eights,
and includes many hymns specially written “with the present day needs of
children in mind.” The remaining songs are favourites drawn from the book’s
ever popular predecessor, Carey Bonner’s Child
songs (see 18.3).
Elizabeth Laird (compiler). Hymns for children. Illustrated by Margaret Tempest. London: Collins, 1988.
Hymns for children is a collection of traditional
favourites vividly illustrated by Margaret Tempest, well-known as the
illustrator of Alison Uttley’s Little
Grey Rabbit stories.