7 Catholic Fiction Books For 7 – 12 Year Olds
The Sisters of the Last Straw are a group of misfit nuns who struggle with their problems while seeking to love Jesus more. A fun story that teaches tolerance and forgiveness in the midst of many comic exploits. Product details Format Paperback 92 pages Dimensions Other books in this series.
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Can Sister Krumbles find a way to stop Mr. Where is Novice Kathy? Can the Sisters solve the Catholic recording artist and popular blogger Susan Bailey reveals in this personal and moving narrative how several major losses helped her rediscover creativity and faith. Filled with powerful But when life betrays us, trust is harder to muster.
Join the endearing elves Aaron also hopes to become popular by being seen as a hero, but quickly finds that faking a good deed leaves him feeling worse than ever. He misbehaves at first, but quickly moves on to what he thinks is an appropriate compromise — go along with the homeschooling if he has to, but sneak over to the school for recess with his friends.
waradeswirk.tk The Dear God series nicely imparts these messages while surrounding them with enough storytelling flavor to avoid being didactic. They encourage Aaron to make an effort to stay in touch with his old friends and be open to new ones. This touch of breadth keeps the series from becoming too pedantic, a tone from which young readers instinctually recoil.
The only shortcoming is in some of the details of the writing, particularly in the first volume. These books may not entirely enthrall kids already captivated by Maniac Magee or The Giver , but readers aged 9 to 11 will find them relatable and helpful in times of change. A caricature can reveal more truth than a photograph.
Thank God. Each nun had received her walking papers from at least one other congregation. Once they banded together, they formed an abrasive but loving community, a spiritual sandpaper rubbing their souls smooth and perfect. The fragile tranquility of the community shattered over the presence of a dog, its puddles and plies, and its need for a home, anyplace but in the convent.
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