Category: Book Reviews
The Adventure Continues
Antony Kolenc has a new adventure to add to his wildly popular middle-grade series, The Harwood Mysteries. The newest installment, The Merchant’s Curse, is brimming with danger and a puzzling mystery that will keep the reader guessing.
Introduce Children to the Women Doctors of the Church
There are four women Doctors of the Church: Hildegard of Bingen, Catherine of Siena, Teresa of Avila, and Therese of Lisieux. In a new picture book, The Women Doctors of the Church, writer Colleen Pressprich and illustrator Adalee Hude introduce children to these great saints.
Building a Homeschool of Love
Conservative Catholic homeschoolers will delight in reading Your School of Love: A Spiritual Companion for Homeschooling Mothers.
This time-travel story has many aspects that kept me turning the pages—a thrilling adventure, fantastic characters, an intriguing premise, and a wonderful message.
Praying to the Holy Angels
Do you want to introduce your young children to the Angel of God and St. Michael the Archangel prayers? Kerri Davison of Holy Heroes has created a lovely book to do just that.
A New Forgotten Friend
The Prince Who Traded Kingdoms is another masterpiece in Susan Peek’s growing God’s Forgotten Friends collection. The author’s ability to bring to life the intriguing lives of little-known saints is an enormous blessing to our Catholic faith. This fascinating story about St. Cloud is her most heart-pounding story to date—truly a book that is impossible to put down.
Our Holy Faith Curriculum by Tan Books
The Our Holy Faith series by Tan Books is a modernized reprint of an older series of religion books that has been an orthodox resource for families who wish to share the Catholic faith with their children. Each book has a corresponding review video that can also be utilized. The series is designed for grades K-8.
Tan Foundations of Science Curriculum
Rescued: True Stories for Catholic Kids
In Rescued: True Stories for Catholic Kids, Swegart shares stories of supernatural encounters with angels or heroic people who put themselves at great risk to save the lives of others. While these stories are aimed at kids in the 8-12 year-old range, adults can appreciate them as well. #bookreview #middlegrade
he Saintly Outlaw is a middle-grade story about the legendary Robin Hood. This is the first novel in The Virtue Chronicles which is a faith-based, time-traveling adventure series.