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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.
Molly McBride and the Christmas Pageant: A Story About the Virtue of Obedience (MMCP) makes its way into Catholic family collections this holiday season. Christmas Pageant is the fourth Catholic children’s picture book in the series by Ohio author/illustrator Jean Schoonover-Egolf. The kindergarten class at Holy Trinity School is having a Christmas pageant, complete with stable, angels, barn animals, and… Read more →
Listen to the latest Homeschooling Saints Podcast on Inspiring Our Children to Love Literature featuring Joseph Pearce.
Have you ever thought about how you would draw God? Drawing God by Karen Kiefer (Paraclete Press) is a new picture book that examines that question. Emma is a young girl who goes to a trip to an art museum where she is inspired by the works of Picasso. She wants to draw something spectacular, but what should it be?… Read more →
Julia’s Gifts by Ellen Gable What a lovely teen, historical romance. The book is set in France during World War I and is about Julia, a young lady from America, who decides to volunteer for the Red Cross and work at a field hospital in France. As a teenager, Julia began collecting gifts for her future husband – her beloved…. Read more →
Every Catholic’s Guide to College 2020 Colleges and universities with a strong Catholic presence on campus offer an added dimension to their students. The “home away from home” that many create provides comfort, stability, a place to relax, make friends, as well as pray and be fed by God’s love and mercy to all students, from the nominally Catholic to… Read more →
The Homeschooling Saints Podcast is a wonderful resource for Catholic homeschoolers. Check out Episode 9 on Homeschooling Kids Who Are Wired Differently. Episode 9: Homeschooling Kids Who Are Wired Differently Your child may be a very early reader, deeply focused on creative pursuits, and incredibly interesting as a human being—but what happens when that same child struggles with overstimulation,… Read more →
St.Thomas More College in Merrimack, NH has announced its Faith and Reason Scholarship Contest for this year. The Faith & Reason Essay Contest is open to all incoming freshmen at Thomas More College. Awards: Two scholarships for full tuition for four years. Three scholarships for half tuition for four years. Five scholarships of $3,500 for four years. Essay Topic:… Read more →
A dear friend who is also a Speech-Language Pathologist and Reading Specialist recommended How Your Child Learns Best: Brain-Friendly Strategies You Can Use to Ignite Your Child’s Learning and Increase School Success by Dr. Judy Willis to me. While this book is designed for use of parents whose children are in traditional school systems, Dr. Willis intended parents to use… Read more →