"These are really creative, beautiful stories. My fourth grader reads them to me for reading class." Margaret M. said.
"These stories are quaint and certainly hearken back to a different world, when Catholic devotions and observances more deeply permeated the Catholic culture in the West. It's nice to have stories that are explicitly about Saints or the Bible that nevertheless mention religion, faith, and things like not wanting to ruin one's church clothes not the way to mass.
fun to read to the kids (mine are 4 and 2)." sempervirens said.
"good but advanced for my almost 4 year old.I do like it. Sometimes reading without pictures is not as entertaining to him. It be will nice in the future.he has prayed nightly since 2 and does name of the father son holly spirit, its a good start.also kisses his finger as if he has a rosary. Its awesome." Elizabeth Hammond said.
"The stories are interesting and encourage the kind of virtues that I would love to see grow in my children." Canyon P. Dauber said.
"I was pleasantly surprised by the depth these stories reached in me. Several times I felt tears springing to my eyes. You will be happy to read these to your children, and after they have fallen asleep, you will likely find yourself curled up reading the rest of the book." Deidra said.
Each short story in the book is masterfully written. (It is much easier to write a novel than a short story, I think.)
The "moral of the story" hits right at the climax and is deeply moving.
Adults and children of devout Catholic households will love this book." grey said.