Summer Saints Books and Other Hole Fillers

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Sometimes the assigned monthly liturgical book is so far out of print I can’t find it.  I have about a $15 tolerance level for a “one and done” saint book, and it has to be highly recommended.   If it’s a book that will take a week or more, and it’s highly recommended, I might spend more, but many of those are up over $30 now and that makes me itch! (Hello, Catholic Stories for Boys and Girls Vol IV?  Yikes….WAIT, it’s coming back out!)  Anyway, the following books pop up in the calendar when I don’t have school, so I use them as hole-fillers during the year.

Often, there is a saint assignment and no really good material for retelling that week/day.  In those cases, we generally do a “Summer Saint” that we’ll never get to otherwise, especially if there’s an American one in there.  (I can’t bring myself to do school in the summer.)

June Saints

July Saints

August Saints

*Titles that are in the mail to me but I haven’t reviewed yet.  Wait a day or two, and I will delete anything objectionable. (EDIT:  The Queen and the Cats is really cute!)



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1 admin January 29, 2014

I KNOW, right? I’m DYING for those to get here. Have you done the Tekla book before?

I have new ones coming for other months, but I didn’t put those up yet.

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2 Kristin January 28, 2014

I’m anxious to hear what you think of the St. Audrey and St. Helena books. I haven’t heard of those books/author before, but have lots of little girls that love saint books!

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