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  • When Mom or Dad Diesby Daniel Grippo; R. W. Alley

    Abbey Press 2014; US$ 6.99

    When Mom or Dad dies, children grieve deeply. But we can show our care and love for them by encouraging them to share their feelings of sorrow and loss. We can give them the time and space they need to adjust and listen to?if not answer?their questions. We can let them know that they can heal and live a happy, full life of faith, hope, and love?the... more...

  • Standing Up to Peer Pressureby Jim Auer; R. W. Alley

    Abbey Press 2014; US$ 6.99

    Wanting to be accepted by peers is a natural part of children?s social development. Yet kids can be overly influenced by what ?friends? think of them or urge them to do. Through simple language and engaging illustrations, this book explains the concept of peer pressure. It encourages a solid sense of self-identity?or ?elf-identity??and teaches kids... more...

  • Worry, Worry, Go Away!by Christine A Adams; R. W. Alley

    Abbey Press 2014; US$ 6.99

    All kids experience worries. Helping children understand what worry is, where it comes from, and how to challenge it is the first step in overcoming anxieties. The little elves in this book help children to learn to STOP, to THINK TWICE, and to see their worries for what they are. By presenting new ways of evaluating and overcoming the psychological,... more...

  • Feeling Bad, Getting Betterby Tom McGrath; R. W. Alley

    Abbey Press 2014; US$ 6.99

    Illness is distressing for anybody, but it?s especially disturbing for children. This book escorts the sick child through the strange, scary, and often lonely world of illness and hospitalization. Empathizing with the confusing feelings and questions sick children often have, it offers comfort and understanding. The little elves that populate its... more...

  • Fit Can Be Fun!by J. S. Jackson; R. W. Alley

    Abbey Press 2014; US$ 6.99

    People come in all shapes and sizes. That?s the way God makes us. How boring would it be if we all looked the same? Some things we can?t change, like how tall we are or the color of our eyes. Some things we can, like how we treat other people or how we take care of our bodies. This book is about taking care of our bodies so they work the best they... more...

  • What REALLY Matters?by R. W. Alley; John Mark Falkenhain

    Abbey Press 2014; US$ 6.99

    One of the most important gifts we can offer a child is passing along to them the values that will help them form their own sense of what is important?a sense of what REALLY matters. In  What Really Matters? A Kid?s Guide to What?s Really Important in Life , author John Mark Falkenhain, O.S.B., helps both children and adults reflect on those things... more...

  • Right and Wrong and Being Strongby Lisa O Engelhardt; R. W. Alley

    Abbey Press 2014; US$ 6.99

    Kids aren?t born knowing right from wrong. But, somehow, over the years, we hope to help them become caring, responsible, respectful adults. This practical how-to book for kids is an invaluable tool in guiding children on the journey of moral development. Through concrete language and interactive examples, it addresses such topics as honesty, peer... more...

  • God Is My Friendby Lisa O Engelhardt; R. W. Alley

    Abbey Press 2014; US$ 6.99

    Everyone needs a best friend?someone who knows you and loves you just the way you are. Someone who hugs you when you?re sad and celebrates when you?re happy. Best friends like to spend time with each other. Best friends stay in touch and help each other out. This book introduces children to their very own Best Friend-God. Through childlike images... more...

  • I Don't Want to Go to Church!by R. W. Alley; John Mark Falkenhain

    Abbey Press 2014; US$ 6.99

    This book is written for younger, school-age children for whom going to church doesn?t always make sense, particularly when it competes with things they?d rather do like sleeping in or playing. Younger children don?t have the cognitive abilities in place yet to understand many of the abstract ideas that go along with faith and religion. For these... more...

  • Learning about Virtuesby Juliette Garesché Dages; R. W. Alley

    Abbey Press 2014; US$ 6.99

    This book introduces the concept and basic vocabulary of virtues. It helps children to recognize and label the behaviors which they are striving to develop. When a child attains a virtue, that trait will become almost habitual for them. But it isn?t always easy. Life produces many challenges, and today?s culture often seems to oppose virtue. However,... more...