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Book Review: Glory Be Saints A to Z

Glory Be Saints A to Z

All art ©2020 Our Sunday Visitor

When I received Glory Be Saints A to Z by Rebecca Pohlmeier for review in early 2020, little did I know just *how* many times I would read it! My son took to books at 7 months, and the simple lines and bright colors attracted him to this board book. By 10 months, it was a staple, by 12, a frequent request. At 14 months, he liked to point out things he liked; St. Dominic’s dog, St. Ginanna’s baby, Mama Mary, and such. 

Book interior

As the title suggests, it’s an alphabet book, so he has time yet to grow with it and let the saints help to teach him his letters. And there are some super saints to get to know- Augustine, Bernadette, John Paul II, Patrick... so many favorites! This book is definitely a favorite for my little guy. 

If you would like to introduce your little one to the alphabet as well as the communion of saints, get this book today and you won't be disappointed!

 

Information:

Glory Be Saints A to Z

Publisher: Our Sunday Visitor, 2020

Author and Illustrator: Rebecca Pohlmeier

My suggested age range: 6mos. - 2 years

 

 

Meet Adalee
ABOUT THE REVIEWER
Mom, Freelance Illustrator, and Catholic Author Adalee Hude is passionate about children's literature and gets giddy over good art. She spends most of the day with her very bouncy baby boy, evenings with her beloved Mr. H, and sneaks into her Brightly Hude Studio early in the morning, with a strong cuppa tea.
Some of the books covered here were sent to her gratis by publishers especially for the purpose of review, but are her own opinions, given with appreciation of the craft.

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