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With beautiful illustrations and memorable rhyme, this book tells the sweeping story of God’s love for us since the beginning of time. Your child will learn how Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection opened heaven, so we can spend eternity with God.
Children will be delighted by this wonderfully illustrated book. Each of the twenty-four short stories tells of an event in the beloved saint's life. Along the way, children will learn about virtue, the Faith, and love of God and neighbor. Each story includes a prayer written for children, asking God to help them imitate St. Francis and grow in their own faith.
Children will learn their ABCs and connect with the saints and their symbols in this adorable board book. While they learn the alphabet and letter sounds, they will also learn to love and respect beloved saints, from Augustine to Zélie. Perfect for gift-giving or to add to your own child’s library, Glory Be Saints A to Z is a wonderful way to promote reading readiness and reinforce the Catholic Faith through the lives of the saints.
The founder of Tiny Saints®, Joe Klinker, and the talented illustrator Manuel Corsi, bring you five new board books telling stories of the saints and how they lived, each with a powerful message that will begin to inspire little minds and hearts to turn to God.
Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati used to tell his friends how much he loved to feel "that pure joy which can only be felt in the mountains." He loved that there was a place he could go for peace and time with God. In I'm Joyful in the Mountains, young readers will meet this amazing young man and feel encouraged to connect with God through experiences that bring joy!
Blessed Justo Takayama Ukon was a Japanese nobleman and samurai warrior. He listened closely to the concerns of those he led and to the wishes of those he followed. He especially listened to Jesus. In Jesus Answers Every Prayer, young readers meet Blessed Justo Takayama Ukon and learn the most important part of prayer: listening.
You must love the Lord Your God with all your heart, all your soul, all your strength, and all your mind… and love your neighbor as yourself. Luke 10:27. In Love God, Love me, Love You, young readers meet Saint Martin de Porres, a very special saint who lived to serve others. He leaves them with a simple gift to remember the "greatest commandment" found in Luke's gospel.
When following her heart meant leaving home to live among fellow Christians, Saint Kateri Tekakwitha needed to trust. The journey was long and full of obstacles. But the voice in her heart was the voice of God, and He never lets us down. In You Do Not Need to Worry, young readers meet Saint Kateri Tekakwitha in a lesson inspired by the Gospel (Matthew 6).
St. Therese of Lisieux once said, "The splendor of the rose and the whiteness of the lily do not rob the little violet of its scent nor the daisy of its simple charm." What a perfect message for children from a saint nicknamed "The Little Flower." In I Am Little, Too, young readers will meet Saint Therese of Lisieux and learn just how special it is to be yourself.
In this special book from the creators of Tiny Saints® young readers get the chance to experience the saints in a new and vibrant way. Featured are: Saint Michael the Archangel, Saint Peter, Saint Mary Magdalene, Saint Juan Diego, Saint John the Baptist, Saint Moses the Black, Saint Therese of Lisieux, Saint Florian, Saint George, Saint Joan of Arc, Saint Joseph, Saint Gianna, Saint Kateri Tekakwitha, Saint Francis of Assisi, Saint John Paul II, Saint Teresa of Calcutta, Saint John Bosco, and Saint Maria Goretti.
A beautiful way to introduce children to beloved saints. Created by artist Adalee Hude, each amazing illustration is rich with color and detail, reminiscent of magnificent stained-glass windows. Each page includes a Latin word associated with that particular saint, along with a brief discussion of the word's meaning.
Celebrate the lives of 23 of our favorite saints! Illustrated by artist Adalee Hude, each coloring page is rich with detail, reminiscent of beautiful stained-glass works of art. Make each one your own using crayons, markers, or pens, bringing the lovely images to life!
In simple rhyme accompanied by Scripture verses and sweet, expressive illustrations, I Can Be Happy, Too teaches children that while we can't control the bad things that happen to us, we can control how we respond to disappointment and adversity. As essential as emotions are, they often prevent our children (and us!) from responding to the world in the best way. Learning how to respond to life's ups and downs positively empowers our children and helps them mature into emotionally healthy adults.
Here's a Way of the Cross for Children that invites reflection, prayer, and action in a beautiful journal format. Each step along the way, the reader encounters the story of Jesus' suffering and death in simple, kid-friendly language accompanied by vivid illustrations. Then, children are invited to imaginatively "enter the story," using two journal spaces to record their experience and their prayerful response. Finally, readers are invited to imitate Jesus by recording their acts of love and sacrifice. The Way of the Cross Journal for Children is appropriate for children ages 5-8; beginning readers will need adult assistance.
Here are fourteen lively two-minute stories to introduce young Catholics to some of the Church’s most beloved saints. Each story is accompanied by two coloring pages: a gorgeously detailed portrait of the saint, and a scene of the saint in action.
An earthquake woke up Dorothy Day and her neighbors one morning in 1906...and boy, did it make a mess! But they got to work right away helping one another out with food, water, clothing, shelter, and more.
For centuries, the Catholic Church has used art to illuminate the sacred mysteries of the Faith. Now, your child can follow in that tradition by making their own sacred art by coloring! This book includes 30 hand-drawn illustrations and accompanying Bible verses, drawing on the rich legacy of statues and stained glass in our Catholic Faith.
When young Waljan of the Wood is forced to move to a new home in the city, his first instinct is to resist everything about the change. However, it isn't long before his new circumstances put him on a collision course with the evil lurking in Mortinburg, as well as his own true identity . . . an identity that will only become clear if he can somehow discover what lies beyond a mysterious, unassailable wall just outside the city.
Old enemies and new friends accompany Wally, Moriel, Haden, and Peep in their efforts to incorporate Abidanian life into Mortanian civilization. When a dark malice prowls Mortania intent on destroying the Abidanian culture from within, can Waljan maintain faith in himself and all he has known in the struggle to root out evil? This is the exciting sequel to In the Realm of Mist and Mercy.