Kate Searle talks about mindfulness for kids, spirituality, using gemstones as a metaphor for a soul, and My Soul Treasure.
Amal the Thirsty Gamal is a unique story about a camel with a little hump and how he struggled with the other camels’ perception of him.
Which five words best describe Everything is Connected?
Jason Gruhl: Curious, Fun, Honest, Respectful, Big
Any family with spiritual beliefs that has experienced the loss of a baby during pregnancy will be bound to find Happy Tears and Rainbow Babies a beneficial read.
Good Morning, World!, along with the rest of the books in this series, are perfect for teaching the ways of life and how important faith formation is in shaping youngsters.
The Little Parrot and the Angel’s Tears is a powerful allegory of overcoming insignificance.
Participating in the rich tradition of parables that illustrate moral and religious teachings through animal tales, Life in the Meadow with Madie: Mr. Earl’s Missing Eyeglasses presents the story of a community coming together to help out someone in need.
Patty Luhovey began to write Life in the Meadow with Madie: Mr. Earl’s Missing Eyeglasses in 2009. Several of the story’s characters are based upon family members, even her daughter’s dog Carli.
Best YA and Middle-Grade novels selected by Pete Hautman. His latest book is Eden West, the story of a boy growing up in an isolated doomsday cult in Montana.
Using the fictional story of how dogs came to be on Earth, author Tana Thompson weaves a delicate and soothing story that highlights God’s ability to show his love to all, including the blind and deaf.