Every Body Has Something to Say
Teach children a new way of listening. Through everyday examples and colorful illustrations, Every Body Has Something to Say helps children become aware of how we communicate with our bodies and shows them how to respond appropriately and lovingly.
About this Series:
"Who am I?" is a question everyone asks, even the very young.
Saint John Paul II spoke at length about this question in writings and teachings we now call the theology of the body. In a culture of confused and misdirected values, it is difficult to raise children to understand that they are created in the image of God. These books give parents and teachers a place to begin.
Building Blocks of TOB for Kids seeks to affirm the dignity of the human person — body and soul — according to God's plan. Simple stories cover topics including gender identity, body language, and self-giving love.
Ideal for ages 4 – 7.
Features & Benefits:
Includes a note for parents at the beginning of each book
Introduces children to the dignity of the whole human person
Colorful illustrations throughout
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