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Read-Alouds for Snowy Days

Winter’s not over yet, and you probably don’t wanna build another snowman. Instead, snuggle up with your little ones and their favorite warm blanket and enjoy these new read-alouds! (I mixed in one activity book, just for some extra fun.) Little Prayers for Little Ones by Patricia Edward Jablonski, FSP, and illustrated by Becky Fawson, …

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Two New Catholic Books for Little Ones

It’s never too early to begin reading to your child; in my house, we read to them  even when they were very young babies. Here are two newly published books for the youngest in your family. These would make terrific baptism gifts! I Went to Mass: What did I see? (TAN Books) riffs on the popular …

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New Books on Biblical and Church Timelines

When you’re interested in the study of history, there’s nothing like a timeline to help you get everything in order. Kids, parents, and teachers will all benefit from two new books that give the visual learner (like me) plenty to geek out over: The Great Adventure Catholic Bible and The Church Rocks! Begin at the …

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New Catholic Kid’s Books for Easter Baskets

Do you like to make the Easter basket about more than just the chocolate? Four new books from Pauline Kids will make excellent additions to your child’s Easter basket this year. Jesus Our Savior: the story of God’s Son for children by Patricia Szczebak is an adaptation of Bible stories about Jesus. Written for independent readers …

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Back-to-School Reads from Pauline Books

As the summer winds down and the school year begins, it’s time to look at some books for readers of all ages from Pauline Books and Media. I’ve organized these by age, beginning with one for the bedtime-story set. Beginnings by Lori Ann Watson is an excellent read-aloud for the start of a school year. Capitalizing …

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