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Secaucus, NJ 07094

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For baby to preschool


Bless Bless This DayThis Day
Toddler Prayers
By Anne E. Kitch and illustrated by Joni Oeltjenbruns
Board book / August 2000

Bless This Day provides parents and teachers with resource for teaching young children that the most ordinary events of their days&emdash;getting up, buckling a seat belt, playing, taking a bath&emdash;are moments to celebrate and acknowledge the presence of God. Colorful, multicultural illustrations by Joni Oeltjenbruns will delight children and adults alike.

Bless Bless This WayThis Way
By Anne E. Kitch and illustrated by Carolyn Digby Conahan
Hardcover / October 2003

Ten rhyming poems -- each based on a Psalm -- teach children to recognize the presence of God in all the things they do during a day. In the midst of building friendships and thanking God for all our gifts, even while walking, singing, resting, and working, God is always with us, guiding us. Bless This Way helps children explore that idea in concrete terms they can understand, using lively and energetic art that will delight adults and children alike.


God Made the WorldGod Made the World
By Michael Vander Klipp / Hardcover / August 1999

Where did the world come from? Little children will delight to learn that God made the world! With bright, colorful photos, God Made the World teaches about God's beautiful creation in a fun way.

Four brightly colored little board books in this series will delight children ages 4 and under. The rainbow colored-and-shaped handles make the books easy to carry, to open, and to look through. Each book focuses on a category of God's creation that babies through preschoolers find of special interest: Featuring colorful photographs, these board books introduce children to basic names for things--all the while delivering the clear message that God Made . . . everything. Other books in the series are God Made Animals, God Made Food and Good Made My Body.

People Who Love UsPeople Who Love Us
(Pop-Up Prayers Series)
by Felicity Henderson, Strawberrie Donnelly (Illustrator)
Hardcover / February 2002

With this book children will learn to thank God for everything around them from the simple to the spectacular with simple thank-you they can read and recite over and over. The pop-up page will delight young readers.

Thank You GodThank You, God
by Sally Anne Conan, Kathy Rogers (Illustrator)
Paperback / November 1997)

God gave us many wonderful and special gifts. Now children learning to read can say "Thank you, God" with this beautiful picture book filled with fun rhymes and colorful pictures. The verses are easy to read and full of imagery. The voice and the wonder will belong to your special child! Only fifty-five words, just right for young readers and listeners. Learning ot say "Thank you, God" is a perfectly delightful way to say "I love you, God." Thank You, God is more than a little book; it is a little prayer.

My First Book of Prayers
by Elizabeth Bonner Kea (Editor), Stephanie McFetridge Britt (Illustrator) Hardcover Board / Jan 2001

The prayers in this book are simple and meaningful for small children to learn. The content of the prayers is simple, easy to understand, and the words are just right for little ones. These prayers go beyond the "God is Great" prayer and help children learn they can pray for more than just food!

A Child's

A Child's Book of Prayers
by Michael Hague (Illustrator) *
Beautifully illustrated, best-selling collection of traditional prayers, psalms and thoughts in board-book format.



Prayer for a Child
by Rachel Field, Elizabeth Orton Jones (Illustrator)
Baby-Preschool **
Sturdy board book edition celebrates familiar things, the love of friends and family, and the universal protection of God.


Baby's first Prayers

Baby's First Prayers : The First Bible Collection
by Muff Singer, Peter Stevenson (Illustrator) / Hardcover / Feb 1998

Prayers for toddlers with includes parent-and-child activities on every page. Cut-out windows and beautiful illustrations add to the appeal, while the handle and clasp allow your child to carry the book everywhere.

sheep lost

Sheep Lost
by Anne Catharine Blake
This durable board book helps infants and toddlers make an early start on the road to learning. Sheep Lost introduces children to concepts such as opposites and emotions. It also introduces God, Jesus and even prayer so children can begin learning about God in their formative years.


For 4 to 8 Year olds

Child's Guide


Child's Guide to the Holy Eucharist, Rite II
by Sarah Horton, Cecilia M. Murdoch (Illustrator)

Written for grammar-school age children, this guide to the Rite II Eucharistic service presents the full text of the service from the Book of Common Prayer alongside commentary and cartoons that clarify the meaning of the words.



What What We Do in ChurchWe Do In Church:
An Anglican Child's Activity Book
by Anne Kitch (Author) and Dorothy Thompson Perez (Illustrator)
Paperback / Sept 2004

Through the interactive games and puzzles in this fun-filled activity book, children ages 4-7 can grow to a deeper understanding of Anglican worship life. From learning about the participants in the entry processional, to coloring the vestments of the priest and deacon, to identifying the amazing things their senses tell them about the Eucharist, this book is a treasure trove for kids and adults.


My Read with me BibleFirst Message
A Devotional Bible for Kids
by Eugene H. Peterson / Hardcover / June 2007

A unique Bible designed to encourage parent-child interaction, My First Message introduces children to God's Word through 50 Bible stories from the best-selling Message Bible text, lively illustrations, short lessons, and a format that considers a small attention span.Much more than a storybook, it's an easy and fun way for parents to teach their children about God's Word and learn a lifelong devotional method.



What What We Do In AdventWe Do in Advent
An Anglican Kids' Activity Book
by Anne E. Kitch and illustrated by Dorothy Thompson Perez
Paperback / Sept 2006

Fun-filled activity book for kids ages 4 to 7 shows how to make an Advent wreath, help Mary and Joseph find their way to Bethlehem, and count the gifts the Magi bring to the Christ Child. Filled with mazes, crossword puzzles, connect-the-dots, and word searches. A great way for kids and their parents to focus on the true meaning of the Advent and Christmas seasons. An invaluable resource for families and Christian formation teams alike.

What What  We Do In LentWe Do in Lent
A Child's Activity Book

by Anne E. Kitch and illustrated by Dorothy Thompson Perez
Paperback - saddle stitched / Oct 2007

These fun-filled activities for home, pew, or church school, help children ages 4-7 learn about the seasons of Lent and Easter. Formatted in the same way as What We Do in Church, the book including mazes, crossword puzzles, connect the dots, and more. 41 pages of activities will be followed by a 4-page parent guide designed to promote parenting in the pews. 081922278X

Read with me BibleRead With Me Bible: An NIrV Story Bible for Children *
by Dennis Jones (Illustrator), Doris Rikkers (Editor), Jean E. Syswerda (Editor), Dennis Jones (Illustrator) / Hardcover - Revised/ Mar 2000 *
Parents and kids alike are instantly drawn to the Read With Me Bible for its outstanding, action-filled cartoon-style artwork by Dennis Jones. Mom and Dad love the way their kids respond to the bold, humorous depictions of Bible characters, and easy-to-understand stories. 

Mouse Mouse Tales: Things Hoped ForTales-Things Hoped For
Advent, Christmas, And Epiphany
by Ruth L. Boling and Tracey Dahle Carrier / Hardcover/ 2005

This new book from the author and illustrator of the runaway hits Come Worship with Me and A ChildrenŐs Guide to Worship will charm fans of that book as well as those discovering these adorable mice for the first time. In these endearing stories, set in the fictional town of Hillsborough and its church, the Church of the Least of These, the characters, all church mice, live, work, and play together, in the process living out theological themes and demonstrating hope in their daily lives and actions.

Come Worship With MeCome Worship With Me
A Journey Through the Church Year (Mouse Books)
by Ruth L. Boling and Tracey Dahle Carrier / Hardcover /2001

Complete with spectacular illustrations, this is an easy to read and understand journey through the Christian year. A delightful church mouse shares his experiences of each key event in the life of the church (Christmas, Epiphany, Ash Wednesday, Easter, Pentecost, etc.). At the end are multiple pages with Christian symbols and their meaning. This is a wonderful book for families to share the with their children. Or, for adults wanting a charming and meaningful refresher course on the important days and symbols of their faith.

I I Believe - The Nicene CreedBelieve: The Nicene Creed
Illustrated by Pauline Baynes / hardcover / Aug 2003

Pauline Baynes, noted for her illustrations for J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings and C.S. Lewis's Narnia titles, brings her artistry to an elegant edition of I Believe: The Nicene Creed, the statement of Christian belief drafted in 325 at the council convened by Constantine. Illuminated capitals and architectonic forms pay homage to the style of Anglo-Saxon manuscripts, while the sumptuous palette invokes Persian manuscripts as well.


Arch Books: Bible stories for young readers

Arch booksFor more than 25 years Arch Books have captivated children ages 5-9. Each book presents a complete Bible story through colorful illustrations and fun-to-read rhymes. The Arch book series includes more than 100 titles covering key Bible stories and themes from Genesis through Acts. They are simple little paperbacks, priced at only $1.99 .Start your Arch Book library today! **

A link above is to Christianbook.com. Christianbook.com sometimes discounts titles. The books are also available from Amazon.com. At Amazon.com look for the books with a publisher's price of $1.99. Amazon.com also offers used editions at low cost. Arch Books are published by Concordia Publishing House and also may be purchased directly from them.

Morning Has Broken


Morning Has Broken
by Eleanor Farjeon, Tim Ladwig (Illustrator) / Hardcover / Sep 1996 *

``Morning has broken/like the first morning,/Blackbird has spoken/like the first bird.'' So begins the hymn written for children by Farjeon in 1931. Ladwig's inventive watercolor illustrations are a feast of light and shadow, flooded with sunlight, sparkling water, birds, plants, and animals as a small boy and his grandfather celebrate the morning.


All Things Bright and Beautiful

All Things Bright and Beautiful *
by Cecil Frances Alexander, Bruce Whatley (Illustrator) / Hardcover / 32 pages / Sep 2001 *

All Things Bright and Beautiful is one of the most beloved hymns ever written.Cecil Frances Alexander's timeless ode to nature calls everyone to celebrate the wonders of life. Now Bruce Whatley illustrations offer a fresh interpretation of this classic for the whole family to enjoy.


Parables: Stories Jesus told

Parables : Stories Jesus Told
by Mary Hoffman, Jackie Morris (Illustrator), Phyllis Fogelman (Editor) / Hardcover / Sep 2000 *

Eight parables in accessible, beautiful language, perfect for sharing with a child.


God's Little Seeds

God's Little Seeds :
A Book of Parables
by Bijou Le Tord (Illustrator) / Hardcover / June 1998 *

With bold, bright illustrations, Bijou Le Tord brings fresh life to Jesus' parables for young readers. By focusing on the Parable of the Sower and the Parable of the Mustard Seed, Le Tord shows how "God's little seeds" can take root and grow in our hearts and lives.


Sing a New Song

Sing a New Song : A Book of Psalms
by Bijou Le Tord (Editor) / Hardcover / Jan 1997 *

Le Tord is once again able to bring the majesty of the Bible to the youngest of audiences. Stringing together lines from various psalms, she almost makes a story--if not a story, at least a tribute to the glory of nature.


Small Acts of Kindness

Small Acts of Kindness
by James Vollbracht, Christopher Fay (Illustrator) / Paperback / Jan 1996

A delightful book showing children how one small act of kindness can touch the lives of many people.


Celebrate  the Earth

Celebrate the Earth : Psalm 104
by Dorrie Papademetriou (Illustrator) / Hardcover Jan 2000

With vibrant colors and smiling animals, the radiant Psalm 104 celebrates God's creation. Children and adults alike will gain a new understanding of natural environment as a gift from God in this retelling by the author of Psalm 104. This psalm of David celebrates the goodness and beauty of the created world and affirms the timeless importance of stewardship and love for all God has provided.


The PraisesThe Praises : Psalm 148 : A Psalm of David
by Niko Chocheli (Illustrator) / Hardcover / Jan 2000

The Praises is a dramatically and beautifully illustrated edition of Psalm 148. The angels, animals, natural elements, and all people, sing and dance and make melody to the Creator.


God Said Amen

God Said Amen
by Sandy Eisenberg Sasso, Avi Katz / (Illustrator) Hardcover / April 2000 *

In this fable of opposites, award-winning author Sandy Eisenberg Sasso shows children and adults of all faiths and backgrounds how self-centered actions affect people around us, and how by working together we can work with God-to create a better world.


Grain of Sand

In Every Tiny Grain of Sand : A Child's Book of Prayers and Praise *
by Reeve Lindbergh (Compiler), Christine Davenier (Illustrator), Bob Graham (Illustrator), E. Kleven, Elisa Kleven / Hardcover / Sep 2000 *

A marvelous collection of poems and prayers from many different cultures and faiths, organized into sections that reflect children's lives.


Children's Book of Faith

The Children's Book of Faith **
by William J. Bennett(Editor), Michael Hague (Illustrator) Hardcover / Oct 2000 **

A wonderful inspirational treasury of beloved prayers, stories, hymns, Bible passages, and more--collected in a beautifully illustrated hardcover edition destined to become a classic.


The Children's Book of Virtues **
by William J. Bennett (Editor), Michael Hague (Illustrator) Hardcover / Oct 1995 **

Companion to Bennett's number-one bestseller, The Book of Virtues, The Children's Book of Virtues is the ideal storybook for parents and children to enjoy together. With selections from Aesop and Robert Frost to George Washington's life as well as Native American and African folklore, The Children's Book of Virtues brings together timeless stories and poems from around the world.


Because I Love You

Because I Love You
by Max Lucado, Mitchell Heinze (Illustrator) *

This fully illustrated story reveals to children how very much God loves them, and the lengths He will go to help them. While the book is written for children, it's a must read for every adult.


Beginners Bible

The Beginner's Bible
As Told by Karyn Henley
Dennas Davis (Illustrator) *

95 classic Bible stories, rewritten in a language children can understand. This is a Bible to be read by early readers or to be read to pre-readers.


The Easter Story
by Brian Wildsmith / hardcover / Jan 2000 *

Employing a rich palette of jewel tones and metallic golds, Wildsmith offers an opulent and symbol-laden visual re-creation of Jesus' last days



The Prince of Egypt
by Jane Yolen *
Ages 4 to 8
From Moses' fateful journey in the basket to the wondrous parting of the Red Sea, this stunningly rendered storybook recaptures the magic and grandeur of "The Prince of Egypt" film.


Find Jesus

Can You Find Jesus?: Introducing Your Child to the Gospel (Search & Learn Book)
by Phillip D. Gallery, Janet L. Harlow
Ages 4 to 8
As youngsters search the charming illustrations for Jesus and other biblical figures, they learn about Jesus and many of the things he did.


Child's Book of Prayer in ArtChild's Book of Prayer In Art
by Wendy Beckett *

Ages 4-8
Sister Wendy Beckett, who contends that "looking at art is one way of listening to God, introduces children to art as a means of discovering faith.


23rd Psalm

The Lord Is My Shepherd: The Twenty-Third Psalm
by Tasha Tudor (Illustrator) *
Ages 4 to 8
The most cherished of all Psalms is interpreted by one of America's most beloved illustrators in a book that children and adults will love to read..


There's a Party in Whoville!
We're celebrating the birthday of Dr. Seuss--one of the greatest children's authors of all time. His books entertain and teach children, and they appeal to adults as well. He inspired and enchanted generations of people with his rhythmic prose and crazy characters--from Sneetches to Whos. Even though Dr. Seuss died in 1991, his talent and characters continue to inspire, educate, and enchant. In Amazon.com's Dr. Seuss Store, you'll find a complete list of his life's work, an essay on Seuss by Maurice Sendak, board books, classic gift books, books for grownups, audiocassettes, videos, software, games, and more!




The Reluctant Dragon
by Kenneth Grahame *
This book was your webmaster's favorite from his youth, and it's still an excellent story for children and adults. It's about a boy and a dragon who proves to be quite different from the monster that dragons are supposed to be. One learns (as an adult) that it's an excellent allegory on prejudice and stereotyping. (Best for older kids of this age group.)


For 9 to 12 Year olds

The The Message Remix 2.0Message Remix 2.0
The Bible In contemporary Language
Edited by Eugene H. Peterson / Hardcover / June 2006

The Message is a unique paraphrase of the Bible: a lifetime work of Eugene H. Peterson. The Message Remix 2.0 , the latest complete edition, is packed with a variety of features ideal for students and youth pastors, and well received by all who appreciate a contemporarily worded Bible. This latest version is 20% thinner than its predecessor and includes expanded book introductions, a topical concordance of student related material and reference resources with maps and charts.Included is the exclusive Message numbering system..

Frequently asked questions and answers about The Message Bible.

Anglican Anglican Young People's DictionaryYoung People's Dictionary
by June A. English and Dorothy Thompson Perez
Paperback / Sep 2004

The Anglican Young PeopleŐs Dictionary is a concise, engaging, easy-to-read dictionary of some 150 often-used but frequently misunderstood words used by Anglicans. Written in an approachable, kid-friendly style, itŐs an excellent resource for teens approaching Confirmation, as well as students in parish Christian formation programs. ItŐs also a useful tool for parents and parish educators, and a handy reference for church newcomers.

CathedralCathedral: The Story of Its Construction
by David Macaulay / Paperback / Oct 1981

The people of a fictitious French town named Chutreaux decide to build a cathedral after their existing church is struck by lightning. Meet the craftspeople, then examine the tools, study their cathedral plans, and watch the laying of the foundation. Week by week witness the construction of this glorious temple to God.

Really Interesting

The Bible: The Really Interesting Bits
by Brian Delf (Illustrator) / Hardcover / Sep 1999

Traditional Bible stories come alive with colorful original illustrations by best-selling illustrator Brian Delf. His drawings convey a series of events without losing sight of the importance of detail, and the accompanying text retells the story in clear, informal language.



The Chronicles of Narnia (Boxed set)
by C. S. Lewis *
paperback / 1994
Four children travel repeatedly to a world which is far more than it seems. Richly told, and profoundly allegorical, the story is infused throughout with the timeless issues of good and evil, faith and hope.
Superior Paperback / Delux Paperback
Hardcover boxed set
Single volume hardcover

Amazon.com Chronicles of Narnia, webpage

Visit the Narnia, the movie website


Narnia Companion

Companion to Narnia
by Paul F. Ford, Lorinda Bryan Cauley (Illustrator), Madeleine L'Engle *

A peerless guide to the magic of Narnia that will provide endless hours of fascinating exploration.


The Beginnings

When the Beginning Began:
Stories About God, the Creatures, and Us
by Julius Lester, Emily Lisker (Illustrator) **

An unusual and inventive, beautifully illustrated collection of tales interpreting the creation story in the Old Testament.


The Harry Potter Series
"I will most likely stay up far into the night devouring this fourth episode of Harry's adventures. And then, come Sunday morning, I will go to church. There are some Christians who view these two activities as a contradiction--who think that Hogwarts is worse than hogwash, and that the magical scenarios of J.K. Rowling's imagination are inherently un-Christian. I would counter that, instead, these books have the potential to be profoundly Christian if readers can see past the medium (magic) to the novels' deeper messages about self-sacrifice, the triumph of good over evil, and the glorious possibility of human redemption." --Jana K. Riess Beliefnet, July 2000).
Also of interest:
Beliefnet, July 2000
JK Rowling Official Website
Scholastic (Publisher) Website
JK Rowling On The Web

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Harry Potter Store
The Harry Potter Store features all things Harry, including books (box sets and collector's editions), audio CDs and cassettes, DVDs, soundtracks, and games. See the items recommended below. Go to the Harry Potter Store for even more!


Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
by J. K. Rowling **

Book one. A magical, gripping, brilliant book--a future classic to be sure--is leaving kids clamoring for more. NY Times review



Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
by J. K. Rowling **

Ages 9-12
Book 2. Harry Potter's exploits during his second year at Hogwarts School for Witchcraft and Wizardry completely live up to the bewitching measure of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.


Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
by J. K. Rowling, Mary Grandpre (Illustrator) **

Book 3. The Harry Potter epic continues to gather speed as Harry enters his third year at the Hogwarts School and does battle with the traitor behind his parents' deaths. NY Times Review


Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
by J. K. Rowling **

Book 4. J.K. Rowling offers up equal parts danger and delight--and any number of dragons, house-elves, and death-defying challenges.
New York Times review by Steven King

Harry Potter Order of PhoenixHarry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
by J. K. Rowling, Mary Grandpre (Illustrator)**

Book five. It's Harry's fifth year at wizard school; 15-year-old Potter is in full-blown adolescence, complete with regular outbursts of rage, a nearly debilitating crush, and the blooming of a powerful sense of rebellion. It's 896 pages of new and exciting adventure for Harry Potter fans. NY Times Review



Harry Potter and the Half-Blood PrinceHarry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
by J. K. Rowling, Mary GrandPré (Illustrator)

Book six. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince takes up the story of Harry Potter's sixth year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry at this point in the midst of the storm of this battle of good and evil. Dozens of plot strands are pulled together as the author positions Harry for the final book. NY Times Review

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood PrinceHarry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
by J. K. Rowling, Mary GrandPré (Illustrator)

Book seven. The final book in J.K. Rowling's magical Harry Potter series. A spectacular finish to a phenomenal series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is a bittersweet read for fans. The journey is hard, filled with events both tragic and triumphant, the battlefield littered with the bodies of the dearest and despised, but the final chapter is as brilliant and blinding as a phoenix's flame, and fans and skeptics alike will emerge from the confines of the story with full but heavy hearts, giddy and grateful for the experience. -- Daphne Durham - Amazon.com . NY Times Review


Harry Potter Boxed Set

Harry Potter Boxed Set
by J. K. Rowling, Mary Grandpre (Illustrator)

The first six books in paperback (and resonably priced!). Perfect for the legions of children whose big brothers and sisters (and parents) have made off with their copies.

The Ultimate Harry Potter
The Complete Harry Potter
7 volume boxed set - Hardcover

Preorder now for October release. A prefect gift for the Harry Potter fan.


Sky BounceSky Bounce
by Deanna Miller / May 2003 / Paperback

Winner of the Religion Communicators Council's 2004 Wilbur Award for fiction. "This is a well paced, well written fantasy with religious/spiritual overtones. It explores the nature of friendship, loyalty, trust and faith. The messages the author wishes to convey, however, appear incidental to the story and thus become a seamless part of the whole". -- Brenda Dupas


The Vicar of Nibbleswicke
by Roald Dahl, Quentin Blake (Illustrator) *

An excellent laugh for Anglicans. The new vicar of Nibbleswicke possesses a speech impediment that leads to holy hysteria in an otherwise quiet country parish. (paperback)


Chicken Soup for Kids

Chicken Soup for the Kid's Soul:
101 Stories of Courage, Hope and Laughter
by Jack Canfield (Editor), Irene Dunlap, Patty Hansen, Mark Victor Hansen **

A compilation of heartwarming stories directed at kids approaching their teens.


Pre Teen

Chicken Soup for the Preteen Soul
101 Stories of Changes, Choices and Growing Up for Kids *
by Jack Canfield(Editor)

Readers between the ages of 9 and 12 (give or take a year) sometimes felt that the book for kids was too young, while the edition for teens (Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul) was too old; hence this book.



The Baby Sitter's Handbook
by K. D. Kuch, J. J. Smith-Moore (Illustrator)

A comprehensive, practical, and fun guide to everything middle graders need to know to effectively babysit, this book contains tips on getting started babysitting, a checklist for getting little ones to bed safely, important information on what to do in an emergency, and more.


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