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Book Review: Sacred Scripture

Book Review: Sacred Scripture

I was surprised by a box in the mail the other day from the publisher, Our Sunday Visitor. In it were 4 books from their new Teeny Tiny Theology series. My toddler immediately reached for them, shouting “I want!,” so I think they hit the nail on the head in appealing to their target audience.   Let’s look at the Sacred Scripture book today. Written by Michael R. Heinlein and illustrated by Frank Fraser, this board book fits quite a lot about the Bible in 22 sturdy pages! The writing style is short and simple, as befits wiggly little ones,...


Book Review: Stations of the Cross for Kids

Book Review: Stations of the Cross for Kids
Recently, I acquired a copy of Stations of the Cross for Kids by Regina Doman and illustrated by Chris Lewis.  Now that Lent is upon us, it is a timely book to review, especially if yours is a family that attends the Stations of the Cross at church.

Book Review: The Woman in the Trees

Adalee Hude

Tags Chris Lewis, Confirmation Gift, History, Mary, Tan Books, Teens, Theoni Bell

Book Review: The Woman in the Trees
Today, October 9th, is the feast day of Our Lady of Good Help. It was she who appeared to a young Belgian immigrant girl named Adele Brise, in 1859, in Champion, WI. 

Book Review: My Catholic Picture Bible Stories

Book Review: My Catholic Picture Bible Stories

  While rummaging through my godson’s box ‘o books, I came across The Great Adventure Kids, My Catholic Picture Bible Stories picture book. Being a huge fan of Fr Mike’s “Bible in a Year” podcast, which also uses The Great Adventure Bible Timeline, I had to check it out. I was excited to explore this timeline in a kid-friendly format. It was impressive! I have looked at a few children’s bibles over the years, and for how compact this one is, it is very comprehensive. Written by Jan Godfrey and illustrated by Angela Jolliffe, this book covers most of the...


Book Review: A Boy Who Became Pope

Book Review: A Boy Who Became Pope
Every time I read A Boy Who Became Pope, written and illustrated by Fabiola Garza, I get choked up.  The life of this boy was more than touched by loss and grief; much more than I could imagine in my own life. But just as greatly, it was blessed by deep faith, courage, fortitude and the grand movements of God.
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