A Catholic child’s “pictionary” of 240 inviting illustrations and 420 childlike definitions of all interesting Catholic persons, places, and things from “Abraham” to “Zeal” to which your child must be introduced.
That introduction is better made earlier rather than later, especially with the help of parents and grandparents. A great resource for the early education of your Catholic child. Bite-sized definitions and charming pictures satisfy the most challenged attention spans. Start your young ones early and by ages eight or nine, they’ll be reading it all by themselves.
Originally published in 1956 by the Catechetical Guild Educational Society with Cardinal Spellman’s imprimatur. This beautiful book measures approximately 8½” by 11″ and uses thicker than normal glossy paper. The durable hardcover will withstand rough treatment, your children’s book box, and peanut butter and jelly. A Catholic Child’s Picture Dictionary will surely become a family standard.
Hardcover, 58 pp.