Tag: Book Reviews
Brilliant! 25 Catholic Scientists, Mathematicians, and Supersmart People
A new beautifully illustrated book seeks to show children ages 7 – 11 that being Catholic and involved in STEM go hand in hand.
Help Your Children Learn to Be Saints
I’m a Saint in the Making can help remind all of us that we are called to be saints and can choose to follow the road to sanctity in the choices we make every day.
Learn About Word Origins
Once Upon a Word – A Word-Origin Dictionary for Kids is great for kids (and adults) who are interested in where words come from.
Blessed Carlo Acutis – The Boy Who Knew
Corinna Turner’s new book, The Boy Who Knew, introduces readers to Blessed Carlo Acutis while at the same time offering a fast-paced quick read that will keep ages ten and up turning pages.
Learn About the Apparition of Our Lady of Good Hope
The Woman in the Trees is a story of the apparition, but also the story of a community and family dynamics. The pain and trials of these immigrants is tangible. Adele’s struggles to share the Good News are also realistically portrayed. This is a wonderful story for a family read aloud or for older children, teens, or adults to read on their own. It is appropriate for ages 10 and up.
Help Your Children Learn about Miracles
Your whole family will love and learn from these miraculous stories. They might even help you and your children grow in faith.
Confessions of a Catholic Homeschool Mom
In Confessions of a Catholic Homeschool Mom, Karen Salstrom shares the story of her homeschooling life and what she learned along the way.
Teach Important Values with Knight’s Tale
YOUCAT for Kids
The YOUCAT for Kids is a Catholic catechism designed for children ages 9 – 13 to read with parents or teachers.
How to Thrive as an Introverted Mom
Are you an introvert? Do you find that spending your days in the constant presence (and conversation) of your children is physically and emotionally exhausting?…