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Through Scripture and the Catechism, children elearn more about themselves, their relationships with others, and about God's creations.
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 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).