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Faith-filled children’s Christmas books to read this season

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One of the best ways that parents and children can get into the Christmas spirit is to spend time reading Christmas books! There are many excellent choices. Here are just a few that are definitely worth a look.

“The Clown of God,” written and illustrated by Tomie dePaola is a beautifully illustrated book that retells a traditional story. Giovanni is an orphaned beggar boy who earns his food by juggling. Before long, Giovanni becomes a famous performer who travels across Italy. Read more »

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Seven children’s books that would make good Christmas gifts

December 2nd, 2011 Posted in Books, Featured Tags: ,

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Catholic News Service

The following children’s books are suitable for Christmas giving:

“Black & White: The Confrontation Between Reverend Fred L. Shuttlesworth and Eugene ‘Bull’ Connor,” by Larry Dane Brimner. Boyds Mill Press (Honesdale, Pa., 2011). 112 pp., $16.95.

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