Best Easter Books For Catholic Kids, 2020
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Here's my 2020 offering of Easter Books for Catholic Kids. They are quite a diversified lot, but they all talk about more than Easter...
Take A Peek: Two Marvelous Picture Books On Birds, Eggs, Insects And Fish
I brought home two picture books about the marvels of nature from the library because they were beautiful to look at. I took some photos...
Bob, Son Of Battle: The Last Gray Dog Of Kenmuir, A Classic Dog Story Retold By Lydia Davies
Owd Bob, the Grey Dog of Kenmuir, published in the US under the title Bob, Son of Battle was originally written by the English author...
Gregory E. Zschomler’s Bayou Boys: Christian Hardy Boys Battle Crime And Superstition In Cajun Count
Are you looking for books to capture the interest of your sons? Look no further. The Bayou Boys adventure trilogy for ages ten to sixteen...
Action Summer Reads For Catholic Kids: The "I Survived" Books By Lauren Tarshis
I like to investigate books popular among kids at our public library. When I took home I Survived Hurricane Katrina, one of the volumes...
British Summer Reads For Catholic Kids: Swallows and Amazons
Arthur Michell Ransome (1884-1967), born in Leeds, was a journalist and foreign correspondent. He became famous for his 12 volume children&#
Shakespeare For Catholic Kids Part II: Macbeth For Teens
Among the plays of William Shakespeare, Macbeth is probably the most interesting for teens. If the secular media draw young people's...
Shakespeare For Catholic Kids Part I: Macbeth For Young Children
William Shakespeare's plays and poetry were written for an audience so removed from us in language and culture that they have become...
Lenten Exercises For Catholic Kids: The Stations Of The Cross, The Rosary, St.Ignatius and Scripture
In this post, I have selected books about the great devotions of the Roman Catholic Church: The Stations of the Cross, the Rosary, and...
Ready, Set, Go: Lenten Athletics For Catholic Teens
Lent is almost upon us. It is time to practice ASCETICISM.The word originates in ancient Greece and was used in athletics. It means...
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