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Bright And Holy Kids — Sophia Institute Press

Book Review: The Beggar and the Bluebird

Book Review: The Beggar and the Bluebird

Artwork © Sophia Press    Guest Reviewer: Christine Peters   By Anthony DeStefano &  Illustrated by: Richard Cowdrey This beautifully written and illustrated children’s book follows the pattern of a fairy tale.  The beggar and bluebird meet in a snowy city park on the day before Christmas.  Like a fairy tale with 3 turn-of-events, the beggar pleadingly charges the bluebird with 3 tasks of flying across town to help people in need – a hungry beggar, a poor young widow with children, and a boy in the hospital.    All art © Richard Cowdrey/Sophia Institute Press   The bluebird knows a winter storm is...


Book Review: Joseph's Donkey

Book Review: Joseph's Donkey
Educator Christine Peters recommends this beautifully written and illustrated rhyming book for children.  In portraying the strength and faithfulness of the donkey, the author and illustrator also show the same virtues in Joseph.

Book Review: Our Lady's Picture Book

Book Review: Our Lady's Picture Book
Educator Christine Peters says,  "I enjoyed reading Our Lady’s Picture Book by Anthony DeStefano, Illustrated by Juliana Kolesova, to the Kindergarten class I worked with at St. Joseph Catholic School in Vancouver, WA last year. The beautiful illustrations and rhymes kept the children’s attention."

Book Review: Light of Sunday

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!