Angelic tale makes for good reading to children

November 16, 2010

Bobz Book Reviews

Angels are drawn to the bakery in St.Michael’s monastery because, “it’s the place that smells the most like heaven!”

Along the way they help bring confidence to a monk who isn’t too sure of his culinary skills and teach some lessons about faith and perseverance.

That’s as much as you probably need to know about “Brother Jerome and the Angels in the Bakery,” a cute story grandparents will find they read over and over.

Benedictine Father Dominic Garramone penned this little gem, and artist Richard Bernal provided the colorful illustrations for this Reedy Press work that kids will enjoy.

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  • Thanks for the encouragement! I may be from another country than you, but it seems that all parents share the same challenges. When I have the 5 minutes of my spare time, reading blog posts like this one really make me feel just that bit better!