Posted in 7th grade 8th grade High School Religion

Using Catholic Fiction to Enhance Curriculum

As you delve into the new school year, the authors at CatholicTeenBooks would like to offer a few suggestions on ways to incorporate fiction into your teen’s lesson plans.

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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.

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Swashbuckling Adventure

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.

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Miracle at the Mission
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Miracle at the Mission

After recovering from their daring exploits in the exciting first book, The Ghosts of Westthorpe Academy, high school best friends Joe Pryce and Pete Figueroa return for another thrilling, action-adventure in Miracle at the Mission.

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Teen Adventure: Miracle at the Mission!

Looking for the perfect blend of relatable characters, fascinating history, intriguing mystery, and strong faith? Look no further than Miracle at the Mission. Author Joseph Lewis’ vivid descriptions of the California coast help sweep the reader away on an epic adventure.

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Beckoning by Claudia Cangilla McAdam

McAdam creates modern-day characters who are mystically transported back to when Christ was crucified.

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Collection of Edifying Stories for Teens

Treasures: Visible and Invisible is a collection of short stories by eight CatholicTeenBooks.com authors centered around a relic of St. Patrick.

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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.

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Dystopian Catholic YA Adventure

Chasing Liberty by Theresa Linden Review: This dystopian Catholic YA novel by Theresa Linden is the first book in her Liberty series for older teens….

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Posted in Book Reviews English High School Social Studies / History

Pro-Life Novel for Older Teens

Close to the Soul, a debut novel by Mary Jo Thayer set in the 1950s and 60s portrays a young woman who, with God’s help,…

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