Mrs. Kindersley published one of the earliest travel narratives by a British woman in 1777, Letters from the Island of Teneriffe, Brazil, the Cape of Good Hope, and the East Indies. The book consists of descriptive accounts of local history, regional cultural practices, and various societal customs of each area that Kindersley visited.

Mrs. Kindersley also published a book at the age of 39 that consisted of a series of translated essays by the French philosopher Antoine Leonard Thomas, as well as two of her own original essays.  The essays were about the character and social roles of women.

Letters from the Isle of Teneriffe Book Notice

Book Notice that appeared in several London newspapers in 1777 announcing the publication of Letters from the Isle of Teneriffe.