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What is behind the name Pauline? Why Paul? Of all the saints in the Church under whose patronage Blessed James Alberione could have placed our Congregation, why did he choose Paul, whose life and letters form such a large part of the New Testament?

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By (author)s: Patricia Edward Jablonski FSP, Mary Elizabeth Tebo FSP
SKU/EAN: 37423
ISBN: 9780819837424
Publisher: Pauline Books & Media
Format: Book

This beautifully illustrated book encourages children ages 6 to 8 to pray in every part of their day. The bright illustrations and complementary prayers show children how many opportunities there are to converse with God, from rising in the morning to prayer before sleep. The reading level is ideal for early or hesitant readers, but is engaging for all kindergarten through third graders. The book also includes traditional prayers, such as the Hail Mary and Our Father.
  • Patricia Edward Jablonski, FSP Sister Patricia Edward has been a Daughter of St. Paul for nearly forty years. She holds a BA in English Communication Arts from Emmanuel College, Boston, as well as a certificate in Communications Media from the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome and a certificate in writing for children and teenagers from the Institute of Children’s Literature in West Redding, Ct. She has carried out her Congregation’s evangelization apostolate in New York, Missouri, and Ohio, and formerly served as a children’s editor at Pauline Books & Media for thirteen years.
  • Mary Elizabeth Tebo, FSP Mary Elizabeth Tebo, FSP, was born in Bay City, Michigan and has been a Daughter of St. Paul since 1964. Her first book was the best-selling I Learn about Jesus, a story book for preschoolers about the life of Jesus, published by Pauline Books & Media. Sr. Mary Elizabeth has written other books, including several titles in Pauline Books and Media’s Encounter the Saints series for middle grade readers. Her favorites, however, are books for preschoolers.