Book on the Hook
Pauline Kids has published high quality Catholic books that kids love for more than 50 years. Now we invite you to learn more about our current publications. See what's on the other end of that line and enrich your understanding of what our featured book can offer you!

 
Books to Celebrate the Resurrection
Posted on March 29, 2012 12:30 Article Rating
We wanted to share with you some great Easter books for children.
St. Gianna: wife, mother, doctor
Posted on March 26, 2012 09:07 Article Rating
So where can today’s girls turn for the guidance of a good example?  Try St. Gianna Beretta Molla!
"Shine" wins Christopher Award!
Posted on March 22, 2012 08:59 Article Rating
We have exciting news from Pauline Kids this week!
Happy St. Joseph Day!
Posted on March 19, 2012 09:44 Article Rating
In the Gospels, St. Joseph is a man of few words; actually, he says nothing. But more than just being the “strong and silent type,” the Church has found in Joseph a powerful example of what it means to guard, protect, and provide for the life of Christ.
In our newest Pauline Kids coloring book, Fun with the Holy Family, children can meet St. Joseph in the simplicity of the life he shared with Jesus and Mary.For older kids ages 9-11, St. André Bessette: Miracles at Montreal provides a great example of where devotion to the saints can lead us.
Lenten Resources from Pauline Kids
Posted on February 23, 2012 16:42 Article Rating
Great Lenten resources from Pauline Kids!
I Will Remember You
Posted on November 10, 2011 13:46 Article Rating
How can we help children who are grieving? I Will Remember You: My Catholic Guide Through Grief sends a message of peace, comfort, courage, and strength.
Anna Mei has grown...into a series!
Posted on October 02, 2011 20:26 Article Rating
Anna Mei, a sixth–grade Chinese-born American family adoptee, is a completely relatable regular girl trying to make sense of the world and her place in it. Moving, making real friendships, and confronting those oh-so-uncomfortable moments that make up the daily existence of most twelve-year-olds, Anna Mei doesn’t so much bring readers into her world, as she does fit right into the world they already live in.
Book on the Hook
Posted on June 28, 2011 03:53

In Stepping Stones, The Comic Collection, kids meet a cast of characters who, in the course of ordinary interaction, help each other to become their best selves.  The real life challenges the characters encounter highlight for young readers the hallmarks of healthy relationships: honesty, loyalty, genuine concern, and putting one’s self at the service of others.

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