Look It Up Over 600 Definitions For Catholic Kids & Their Parent

$12.95
Item Code
145468
EAN/UPC
9780819845238
Publisher
PBMJP

This dictionary explains important words of the Catholic faith. Set up in a kid-friendly format, Look It Up! incorporates clip art and pronunciation aids to promote learning. This book is perfect for kids ages 10 - 14, and their parents and teachers looking for quick responses to those difficult questions kids ask! An indispensable resource for Catholic families, libraries, schools, and parishes. Winner of a Catholic Press Association Award!

Format:
Paperback
Pages:
96
Dimensions(Inches):
6.50 x 8.75
Janet L. Alampi has served as managing editor of The Catholic Transcript, the archdiocesan newspaper of Hartford, Connecticut and is currently the Director of Religious Education for St. Gabriel Parish in Windsor, Connecticut. She is also the mother of two teenagers who have asked innumerable questions about Catholic terminology over the years.

"Look It Up! is a much-needed answer to the challenge of rebuilding a common language of faith among the Catholic people. Children and their parents and catechists will find this book to be a helpful resource."
Most Reverend Richard J. Malone, Bishop of Portland, Maine

"In Look It Up! Janet Alampi has compiled an invaluable resource for Catholic parents, teachers, converts, and kids of all ages. Hundreds of words and phrases that are particular to our Catholic faith and tradition are defined and presented in an easy-to-use dictionary format. From 'Abba' to 'zucchetto' Look It Up! is a resource every Catholic can use."
Danielle Bean, senior editor of Faith and Family magazine and author of Mom to Mom, Day to Day: Advice and Support for Catholic Living

"Look It Up! is a great book for parents and teachers whose children wonder if an epistle is the wife of an apostle and ask why cardinals, and not other birds, gather in Rome for a papal election. This book explains Catholic words clearly, correctly, and in a way that children can understand. Every home and school should have a copy as a basic reference."
Sr. Mary Kathleen Glavich, SND, religious educator and author.

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