Bayne-Powell, Rosamond. The English Child in the Eighteenth Century. New York: E.P. Dutton and Company, Inc, 1939.
This text mapped out childhood chapter by chapter, including factual examples, some testimonials, as well as generalizations. The book covered higher and lower class children, and also had many illustrations.

Buck, Anne. Clothes and the Child. Homes & Meier: New York, 1996
This book provides very detailed information on every different article of clothing a child might wear from 1500-1800. It is specific to each different era and to both genders. The book also provides wonderful photography and pictures of chidren.

De Goncourt, Edmond & Jules. The Woman of the Enghteenth Century. New York: Minton, Balch & Company, 1927.
The text follows what the life of an Eighteenth-Century woman might entail from birth to death. It defines what women's roles were within the home, in love, and in society.

Gardiner, Dorothy. English Girlhood at School. Oxford Univeristy Press: London, 1929.
This book gives historical information on the schooling of girls. It discusses theories on education, and how girls should recieve schooling. It provides examples of different types of school that existed, what conditions they were in, as well as what kinds of opportunities the girls had at the time.

Hatcher, John. Labour, leisure and economic thought before the nineteenth century, Past & Present. Oxford: August, 1998.
This article explains how prior to the 19th Century labor laws changed, This resulted in the way that families were able to clothe and feed themselves, by sometimes having the help of their employer.

Hilton, Mary & Pam Hirsch. Practical visionaries: Women, Education, and Social Progress, 1790-1930. Harlow, England: Longman, 2000.
This text discusses the education of women through journal entries and stories and specific women and their experiences. The theories of Locke and Rousseau are also looked at.

Latham, Jean. Happy Families. A&C Black Ltd: London, 1974.
Latham provides specific stories and examples of children's lifestyles in England. The text has a number of photo graphs, some journal entries, and was also specific to upper and lower classes. Some highlighted chapters are children at school and play.

Plumb, J.H. The Commercialisation of Leisure in Eighteenth-century England. The Stenton Lecture: University Reading, 1973.
This text gives a tour through different aspects of leisure activities during the Eighteenth-Century in England. Primarily focusing on the middle-class adults, it highlights how commercialism brought innovations and new ideas to leaisure.

Sangster, Paul E. Pity my simplicity; the Evangelical Revival and the religious education of children, 1738-1800. London: Epworth Press 1963.
Sangster discusses the history of education and it's relation to religion. The text looks at how religion plays a role in the education of children.