Tag: Book Recommendations
Learn the Stories Behind Your Favorite Children’s Books
The Stories Behind the Stories: The Remarkable True Tales Behind Your Favorite Children’s Books by Danielle Higley offers a fascinating look at the authors and circumstances that combined to create some of the most beloved works of children’s literature.
Look and Learn Words for Catholic Kids
Look and Learn: Words for Catholic Kids is a book that can help everyone in a family learn about the names of Catholic people, objects, and ideas, while also fostering conversation about the faith.
A Catholic Guide to Narnia
Is reading The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis part of your educational plan for this year? If so, you will want to pick up a guide to A Catholic Guide to Narnia: Questions and Activities for The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.
Portrait of the Son
Portrait of the Son: A Tale of Love by Josephine Nobisso is a follow-up to her much-loved picture books The Weight of a Mass: A Tale of Faith and Take it to the Queen: A Tale of Hope. Anyone who enjoyed those stories will want to add this one to their collection.
Time-traveling Adventure for Families
With the help of his magical book, Mr. Baker 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.
Children’s Books about St. Therese
St. Therese’s feast day is coming up on October 1st. St. Therese is a much-loved saint, but she has a special appeal for children. Her “Little Way” is one even small children can grasp.
Changing Our Perspective on Motherhood #PrayerStories #AveMomsPray #APB4CM
Michelle Faehnle shares how she changed her perspective on the mundane tasks of motherhood, allowing them to help transform her into a vessel of mercy.
Embrace Liturgical Living in Your Family
The beauty of the Church’s liturgical year will probably make more of an impression if your family does something concrete to acknowledge the various seasons and feasts.
Popes, Emperors, and Elephants
Popes, Emperors, and Elephants is a fun, interesting read, sure to pique the interest of even those who don’t relish studying history.
Easy Art History Based Projects
Looking for an easy way to incorporate art history and art into your homeschool? #art #homeschooling