Curating Your Catholic Kidlit Library at Home [New Podcast Episode]

In today’s episode, I geek out about curating your own Catholic kidlit library at home! You’ll hear about:

  • The fun of curating a Catholic children’s book shelf at home
  • 3 free sources of Catholic children’s books
  • How to organize your kidlit wishlist
  • Mega list of Catholic curricula and publishers
  • A Catholic Charlotte Mason approach: Mater Amabilis
  • Catholic Montessori approach: Catechesis of the Good Shepherd
  • Where to find booklists
  • And more!

**Affiliate disclaimer: Some links may be affiliate links where I earn a little money from your purchase at no cost to you (with my Holy Heroes links you’ll even get a discount!). Thanks for helping an author out! 🙂

Catholic Charlotte Mason

I am incredibly impressed by the work done over at Mater Amabilis to curate some great Catholic resources for our children in the Charlotte Mason style!

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Want to be interviewed?

If you would like to be interviewed on the Catholic Kidlit podcast, if you have some insight into Catholic children’s books, if you are an author/editor, you can apply at Catholic Kidlit dot com or send me a message through the contact form.

Now on Patreon

And if you want to further support the podcast, you can now do so on Patreon. This is a passion project of mine. So your contribution can help keep the podcast going. And if you join the Catholic Kidlit Writers Club through Patreon, you can find extra interviews, information, and support about the book-creation side of things, the writing and publishing.

I’m piloting moving the Catholic Kidlit Writers Club onto Patreon as a more robust way to share that kidlit creation side with members and to make it more accessible to people by offering it as a monthly amount instead of an annual sum. So we’ll see how all that goes.

But thank you so much in joining me here on this free podcast. And now for the show!

What’s your favorite curriculum or booklist? Any Catholic kidlit must-haves you can suggest to other readers?

Let me know in the comments!

About Theresa Kiser

I’m Theresa Kiser, speaker and award-winning children’s book author of the picture books Arthur the Clumsy Altar Server (Our Sunday Visitor, 2022), Seven Gifts of Baptism (Holy Heroes, Coming 2022), and Liturgical Colors (Holy Heroes, 2019), as well as the fantasy adventure series The Manakor Chronicles. On a rare moment when I’m not writing or changing diapers, I might indulge in fruity teas, dark chocolate, and a good book.

Let’s nourish hope & love in young hearts…through books!

2 thoughts on “Curating Your Catholic Kidlit Library at Home [New Podcast Episode]

  1. Angel says:

    I am always looking for more good books for kids and teens. About two years ago, I began helping our parish’s (volunteer) librarian with organizing the library. Now I am actively growing the offerings for all ages. (We don’t have a budget, but we do have some people who donate books.) One Catholic publisher that is small but has fiction for upper elementary age is Behold Publications. (My daughter read them all. Her favorite was the Iron Spy.)

    • Theresa Kiser says:

      Oh that’s wonderful! I love it when parishes create libraries for their parishioners. I didn’t mention it in the episode, so I’m glad you pointed this out…I hope parents looking for good Catholic kidlit check to see if their parish offers this!

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