Golden Days for Boys and Girls was a late 19th-century children's story paper, distributed weekly as an accompaniment to the paper Saturday Night. Golden Days featured stories, activities and lessons which were mostly gender-specific, with separate stories appealing to boys and girls. Many of the stories were serialized over several issues; a measure designed to drive increased weekly sales. Golden Days story authors included Horatio Alger, Jr. James Otis and Frank R. Stockton. The paper also included a weekly puzzle page, and a weekly Bible lesson and devotional titled "International Lessons".