"If every tiny flower wanted to be a rose, spring would lose its loveliness." — St. Thérèse of Lisieux
Children will be delighted by this beautiful set of cards that, when placed together, form a large illustration of the life of the Little Flower, St. Thérèse. Each flashcard-sized piece features an event in her life, while the reverse side tells a story and includes questions, Scripture, and an activity to help children learn to love Jesus like St. Thérèse did. St. Thérèse of Lisieux Story Cards come in a handy storage box and are perfect for home, school, or parish use. They are sure to become every child's favorite story-time puzzle.
Filled with colorful illustrations and catchy rhymes, Saintly Rhymes for Modern Times teaches children that everyone is called to be a saint. These kid-friendly rhymes allow children to see the beauty of Christian holiness through the lives of our more recent saints.
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.
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.
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.