This set of three books is a wonderful and easy way to teach "little Catholics" the basics of our faith:
The Mass Book for Children is a delightful way to introduce your children to Jesus in the Eucharist. With its captivating writing style and charming art, The Mass Book for Children not only teaches young children the parts of the Mass but also shows them why joining in the joyful gathering is an experience of love. The Mass Book for Children takes your children through every rite of the mass with clear step-by-step explanations and instructions. The Mass Book for Children is a great little booklet to bring along to mass to help children more fully participate and appreciate the miracle of the mass. With included responses and prayers, The Mass Book for Children will have your kids following the mass with excitement and joy in their hearts.
Little Acts of Grace - We predict that you -- and your children! -- will love this book! Why do some people kneel on one knee before they sit down in Church? Or bow their heads when they hear a siren? These are the little things that mean a lot to God. They’re our way of showing how much we love God, and they’re easy to do. There’s no better way to introduce children to Catholic customs than this little book. It’s written in a bright, cheerful style that children will love, and is divided into three major categories: Little Acts of Grace for Jesus and His Church; Little Acts of Grace at Mass; and Little Acts of Grace in Prayer. And it doesn’t just explain these little devotional customs — it makes the children want to do them, too.
Just Like Mary - From her Immaculate Conception to her Assumption, here is the story of Mary told in a way that will charm and delight your children. They’ll also love the full-color pictures that brighten the book. You’ll be pleased to see that they’re learning solid Marian doctrine, presented in a way every child can understand. The authors who brought you Little Acts of Grace know how to make important religious ideas not only comprehensible but also appealing to young children. As they get to know Mary, children will also learn what they can do to imitate Mary, and what important lessons Mary’s life has for us.