Children today face many tough social challenges, such as lying, loneliness, stealing, bullying, forgiveness, and many more. For each challenge, Lee Palencar uses stories to help children think about the particular issue, reflect on Scripture, apply appropriate vocabulary words, read and think about some pertinent questions to bring the lesson into their hearts, and then color an image and finish a prayer to Jesus.
Throughout, the emphasis is on learning how to talk and to listen to Jesus—a technique that is sure to lead to a lifetime of prayer. And each chapter suggests a positive solution to a problem: “When You’re Lonely…Make a Friend,” “When You’re Afraid…be Confident,” and much more. With its mixture of practical ideas and spiritual nourishment, this booklet will appeal to children and catechists alike.
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Lee Palencar, is an author and art educator living in Ohio with her husband, John Jude Palencar. They have two sons, Ian and Kit. She is the author of Catechetical Crafts for the Liturgical Year, published by Twenty-Third Publications.