Information and Inspiration for your Catholic Homeschool Journey
Author: Bonnie Way
Bonnie Way is a homeschool mom with five children ages 12 to 2. She is also the author of North American Martyrs Kids Activity Book, a 135-page book about St. Antoine Daniel and his fellow Jesuit missionaries. This book includes a short bio of each martyr, word searches, cross word puzzles, mazes, writing and drawing prompts, and more to draw kids into the stories of the saints. When she’s not writing or homeschooling, Bonnie enjoys reading, drinking coffee with friends, and hiking or skiing in Vancouver’s mountains.
"Our task as parents is not to place our children in a bubble where they will never come across counterfeit faith; our task is to expose them daily to what is good, true, and beautiful lived out in a joyful faith context. By doing so, when they do encounter the falsehoods our culture (and relatives) offer, something within them will alert them to the fact that what they’ve been handed isn’t the real thing."
Amanda Woodiel finds a way to handle the tough questions children ask when they see friends and relatives who believe and behave differently.
"When a new Religious Ed teacher shows up, Theo, Chris, and Laura assume he will be as dull as their previous Sunday School teachers. But Mr. Baker soon proves he is anything but boring. With the help of his magical book, he takes the kids on an adventure back in time to meet Moses. Not that Moses, but the bandit Moses from the 4th Century who terrorized Egyptian communities. How did this brute of a man become a saint? Well, join with the kids to find out."
Posted in Book Reviews, Religion Time-traveling Adventure for Families Published Date: September 23, 2021 Abba Moses by Andrew Votipka Review: What a delightful book! I didn’t know what to expect but enjoyed every moment. It reminded me a bit of The Magic Tree House books or Lisa Hendey’s Ch...
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