Mary and the Little Shepherds of Fatima Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-04-15 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 2 user ratings

" A wonderful book about Fatima, and so appropriate considering the 100-year anniversary this year! " said.

"Mary and the Little Shepherds of Fatima is a hardcover children's book from Pauline Books and Media. The book tells the story of the three shepherd children Francisco, Jacinta, and Lucia. Every day, they went out to tend the sheep and while they were doing so, they always prayed the Rosary. One day an angel appeared to them and encouraged the children to pray often, because Jesus and Mary are listening. Later, the angel returned to them and encouraged them to make sacrifices. Then, Our Lady appeared to them. She tried to encourage them not to tell anyone, but of course word got out. Each time they went to see Mary more people joined them, but could not see who and what the children saw. The corrupt mayor of their town tried to put them in jail to quiet them down and scare them but eventually released them. Then, one day when the children went to see Mary and more people joined them there was finally a physical sign for all the people. The sun danced that day, and everyone present witnessed the miracle.

This book does a wonderful job of introducing your children to Our Lady of Fatima and her story. At the end of the book, there is a section on how to pray the Rosary, different prayers of Fatima, and section for adults, which provides more of the context and history of this apparition. The artwork is also very warm and vibrant and will keep your children engaged the whole time they are reading the book or having it read to them. Highly recommended.
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"This book is a great way to introduce your children to Our Lady of Fatima. If they are already familiar with the story, it's a great way to encourage love and devotion to Our Lady of Fatima.

The illustrations are lovely: rich and warm. The story is straight forward and told in an engaging fashion. It treats the shepherdesses and shepherd as children, while managing not to belittle them.

At the end of the book you'll find a "For the Grown Ups" page, and also directions on how to pray the rosary. A great book deserving of any Catholic child's bookshelf.

Note: The publisher sent me a complimentary copy of these books with the hope that I would provide (favorable) reviews. Complimentary books don’t necessarily make good books, though. My opinions are my own.
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