Mark Restaino tackles the big questions of free will and why evil exists in his latest picture book, Two Robots
Are you a parent of a child or children ages 5 and under? Are you considering homeschooling? If so, HSLDA (Home School Legal Defense Association) offers a free membership for you.
Homeschooling has become a haven for kids the traditional school system has failed in some way. Listen to this podcast about homeschooling your special needs child.
The YOUCAT for Kids is a Catholic catechism designed for children ages 9 – 13 to read with parents or teachers.
The new “Little Women” has much to offer, provided you have read the book.
Ginny Kochis of notsoformulaic.com has developed Made for Greatness: A Growth Mindset Journal for Courageous Catholic Youth to help Catholic children and teens ages nine and up to develop a virtuous life and live for God.
Unschooled: Raising Curious, Well-Educated Children Outside the Conventional Classroom by Kerry McDonald is useful reading for anyone interested in learning more about self-directed education.
Beverly Cleary is best known as the author of over forty children’s books such as Ramona the Pest and The Mouse and the Motorcycle , but once upon a time she was a little girl who had a hard time learning to read. Just Like Beverly is a new picture-book biography of the author written by Vicki Conrad and illustrated… Read more →
Mary and the 50 States is a beautiful picture book by Brenda and George Nippert. For the 200th birthday of America in 1976, a litany was written in honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary. This book uses those titles – assigning one title of Mary to each state. Each title, from “Our Lady of the Gulf” in Alabama to “St…. Read more →
Gifts: Visible and Invisible is the latest offering from the talented writers of CatholicTeenBooks.com. This collection of eight Christmas stories for teens offers enjoyable tales for fans of contemporary, historical, and dystopian genres.