Bright And Holy Kids — Catholic Children's Books
Book Review: Brilliant! 25 Catholic Scientists, Mathematicians, and Supersmart People
The book Brilliant! features 25 notable people in the sciences, mathematics, music & medicine who all have one thing in common common, they are Catholics!
Book Review: Light of Sunday
Light of Sunday by Geena Harrington has a simple premise- it teaches your youngest kids about Catholic worship on Sundays. It introduces the building, the parts of the Mass, the elements and objects of the Mass, and how we worship. It is a beautiful introduction!
Book Overview: The Catholic Treasury of Prayers and Verses
This is a book overview rather than a review as I am the illustrator! But if I may say, it is a book worth sharing- even for the text alone. The Catholic Treasury of Prayers and Verses, compiled by Emmaus Road Publishing, is quite the comprehensive collection of the classic Catholic prayers, those you'd expect along with some treasures that may be new to you and your children.
Book Review: Glory Be Saints A to Z
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!
Book Review: Marian Consecration for Families with Young Children
My Bright and Holy Kids blog begins with a review of Colleen Pressprich’s “Marian Consecration for Families with Young Children,” illustrated by Rebecca Górzyńska.