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Adventures in Assisi: On the Path with St. Francis

published by Franciscan Media | Hardback - Paper Over Boards | 32 pages
$ 15.99
Two cousins, Gianna and Lorenzo, are left in the care of their great uncle, Brother Antonio, a Franciscan friar living in Assisi, for the day while their parents visit a winery. Neither cousin wants to be with the other, and the day threatens to turn into a fiasco until Brother Antonio comes up with a game for them to play: They will discover the places where St. Francis lived and worked.
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The title if fine--gives the reader an idea of what he/she will read.

Especially after reading Fr. Bodo's book, ENTER ASSISI (several years ago), this children's book is perfect for me. I was recollecting passages from the first books as I read the second.

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J.K.
Walking through Assisi

I bought this book to send to my great-grandchildren as I would like them to become familiar with the lives of the saints. The illustrations were lovely and the story was charming but I was hoping for more information on the life of the saint. I am sure they will enjoy the tranquility of the story.

Amy Welborn is the author of many books on spirituality, catechesis, and apologetics. She has been published in the New York Times, First Things, and Commonweal, and is a regular contributor to Living Faith. Her books for children include: The Loyola Kids' Book of Saints, Friendship with Jesus, Be Saints! and A Child's Book of Psalms. Her most recent book is Bambinelli Sunday: A Christmas Blessing. Ann Kissane Engelhart is a watercolor artist, illustrator and educator. She has worked with Amy Welborn to produce the children's books, Friendship with Jesus, Be Saints!, and Bambinelli Sunday. Her portraits, still-life and landscape paintings are featured in galleries and private collections. She lives in New York with her husband and children.

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The title if fine--gives the reader an idea of what he/she will read.

Especially after reading Fr. Bodo's book, ENTER ASSISI (several years ago), this children's book is perfect for me. I was recollecting passages from the first books as I read the second.

J
J.K.
Walking through Assisi

I bought this book to send to my great-grandchildren as I would like them to become familiar with the lives of the saints. The illustrations were lovely and the story was charming but I was hoping for more information on the life of the saint. I am sure they will enjoy the tranquility of the story.