New Book with OSV: Arthur the Clumsy Altar Server
Wanna-be altar server Arthur is very clumsy. A book of endearing mishaps and faith, Arthur’s faults and fears lead to a deeper understanding of the Catholic Church and–most importantly–God’s love.
What’s new with author Theresa Kiser…
- New Podcast Interview on “Quote Me”Recently, I was privileged to chat with Lindsay Schlegel over on her Catholic podcast “Quote Me” about my children’s books, Arthur the Clumsy Altar Server (coming spring 2022), Liturgical … Continue reading New Podcast Interview on “Quote Me”
- WINNERS ANNOUNCED! Check out these fabulous entries for the Lenten Catholic Kidlit Writing ContestWow! I am so moved by the heart poured into these contest entries. THANK YOU to these writers for participating and pouring themselves into this Lent-themed extravaganza! I’m also … Continue reading WINNERS ANNOUNCED! Check out these fabulous entries for the Lenten Catholic Kidlit Writing Contest
- We’re LIVE! Post your story now to join the Lent-inspired Catholic Kidlit Writing Contest! (Just for Fun!)Helllloooo, writers! I know your pencils are worn down and the wastebasket is full as you’ve been working to write your Lent-inspired story for kids these last few weeks. … Continue reading We’re LIVE! Post your story now to join the Lent-inspired Catholic Kidlit Writing Contest! (Just for Fun!)
Introduce your little one to God’s love through the liturgical colors!
“As a new mom, I wanted to share the rich tradition of the Catholic church with my infant son, but most of all, I wanted to speak love to him. I wanted my baby boy surrounded by love, not only his parents’ love, but a love that exceeds our own. With gentle rhyme, A Little Catholic’s Book of Liturgical Colors was written to invite babies to see and hear about God’s love through the symbolism of Catholic colors. In this way, I hope our child–and yours!–will learn the colors, experience the coziness of being read to by his parents, and make the crucial connection between the liturgy and God’s unfailing love.”
Let’s nourish hope & love in young hearts… through books!