Locating worthwhile books for kids can be a challenge in our contemporary culture. How can a teacher, catechist, or parent find reading material these days that reflects moral values and/or teaches something about God? In Really Good Books For Kids, catechist and author Janaan Manternach meets that need head on by providing an invaluable reference that presents an outstanding selection of children's books, along with valuable reviews of their entertainment and educational value. She has organized this guide to help readers locate books by subject matter (e.g., Books That Raise Moral Consciousness, Bible Storybooks, and Poetry) or by religious theme (e.g., Resurrection Stories, Christmas Stories). This unique reference is an ideal resource for parents and for anyone else entrusted with the care and upbringing of kids--especially teachers and catechists looking for the right books to read to their pupils and add to their fibraries. And Really Good Books For Kids is a perfect Baptism or First Communion gift for parents.To help ease you into this, I recommend Jim Treleasea#39;s revised edition of his Read-Aloud Handbook (Penguin Books, 2001). Ita#39;s unquestionably the best book on stories and reading them aloud that Ia#39;ve found. Besides encouraging andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Really Good Books for Kids|
|Publisher||:||Paulist Press - 2006-11-06|