Help your child process loss and create a meaningful keepsake through gentle prompts for journaling, drawing, and talking through grief. This interactive journal brings coping techniques from the award-winning children’s book, The Memory Box, to life.
This modern take on the classic rhyme teaches children that the church can be, look, and mean many different things, but the church is really the people.
Create a book of memories, photos, and keepsakes to remember a lost loved one with this comforting journal.
This is the Church
A thoughtful introduction to all of the wonderful things church can be and do and mean.
Little Mole Finds Hope
A charming tale about how hope can always be found—you just need to know where to look.
Prayers for Faithful Families
From the first day of school to the death of a pet, this book equips parents to turn both ordinary and extraordinary moments into opportunities to teach kids about God’s loving presence in their lives.
Whats in Your Mind Today?
A guided, illustrated meditation to help kids feel calm in the midst of thoughts that come and go.
Where the Best Stories Hide
An inspirational story about the power of creativity and imagination—and the courage it takes to show it to the world.
When a child experiences profound loss, they often do not know how to process their feelings of grief. The adults in their lives can play a critical role in providing the guidance, love, and support they need to heal and honor their loved one.
Countdown to Christmas provides a daily action and prayer that a child can count on happening during weeks that tend to be chaotic. It allows a child to see how much time remains before Christmas. The book focuses a child’s energetic anticipation into quick and easy reminders of the real meaning of Christmas.
One of our favorite Christmas books is The Birth of Jesus: A Christmas Pop-Up Book. The illustrations, created by world-renowned illustrator and paper engineer Agostino Traini, create not only a faith-inspired book but also a special keepsake to display on your coffee table.