Item description for 131 Fun-damental Facts for Catholic Kids by Bernadette McCarver Snyder & Chris Sharp...
Overview Popular children's author Bernadette McCarver Snyder answers questions about the basic things kids might see in a Catholic Church. (Catholic)
Publishers Description Questioning is the first step to knowledge. The word "fundamental" means basic, essential, deep-rooted, the foundation of a structure. In "131 FUN-damental Facts for Catholic Kids" popular children's author Bernadette McCarver Snyder answers questions about basic things kids might see in a Catholic Church...and in a fun, yet reverent way. They may be surprised to see a lion or a lily, a banner or a boat, a fish or a fountain in a church. But just wait till they hear about monstrances and aspergillums, epistles and apostles, pulpits and pyxes This book is for all children who have questions about the Church and the adults who are looking for answers. "Paperback"
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Studio: Liguori Publications
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 6" Height: 8.75" Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2006
Publisher Liguori Publications
Grade Level Multiple Grades
Series Fun Facts
ISBN 0764815024 ISBN13 9780764815027
Availability 0 units.
More About Bernadette McCarver Snyder & Chris Sharp
"God made me do it," Bernadette says. "I had planned to write the great American novel but when I sat down at the typewriter, God laughed and sent me in a new direction." Since then, Bernadette McCarver Snyder has had 32 humor/inspiration books published-and over half are the products of Liguori Publications.
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Reviews - What do customers think about 131 Fun-damental Facts for Catholic Kids?
Interesting and Accurate May 20, 2008
Many interesting facts, humorously presented. Pretty accurate. Great for my 8-year-old grandson who loves facts, as well as a beginning-level reference for his family. It would be better if the facts were numbered as they were presented, as he also likes lists. I would like to have known more about the quality of the paper, which isn't too great. The book is fairly inexpensive, so I guess I couldn't expect too much in paper quality. But the information inside was appropriate and interesting for ages 8 to about 11.