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ISBN13: 10CLASSROOM

Publisher: Veritas

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    The Story of St Patrick

    The story of St Patrick, Ireland’s beloved patron saint, is brought to life in this beautifully illustrated and engaging account. Learn about Patrick’s childhood in Wales, his years spent as a slave in County Antrim, and his triumphant mission to bring the good news of God’s mercy to the people of Ireland. Explore how his simple message of love inspired all who knew him and how, even today, people follow in his footsteps by climbing to the top of Ireland’s holy mountain, Croagh Patrick. Suitable for children aged seven to eleven.

         
      

    Pope Francis: The Story of Our Pope

    This is the story of Pope Francis – his childhood in Argentina, his work as a priest and his life as pope. Although Pope Francis is a very busy man, he always has time for other people, and he especially has time for God. He teaches us how to live like Jesus by praying, by caring for others and by enjoying God’s world!

         
     

    The Story of St Brigid

    Saint Brigid is one of Ireland’s three patron saints, known throughout the world for her love of and service to the poor, the sick, the elderly, the environment and animals of all kinds. Read the fascinating story of her life and find out about the origins of the Brigid’s Cross and St Brigid’s Well in County Kildare, where she founded her most famous monastery. Suitable for children aged seven to ten.

         
     

    The Three Visitors: The Story of Knock

    On 21 August 1879, the small village of Knock in County Mayo received three unexpected visitors. By the wall of the church, a beautiful apparition of Mary, Joseph and St John the Evangelist captivated a group of local people, changing their lives and the life of this country village forever. Accompanied by charming illustrations from Barbara Croatto, children’s author Eleanor Gormally brings the familiar story of the apparition at Knock to life. This book is ideal for children aged six to eleven.

           
     

    Bernadette and the Lady of Lourdes

    Ecoutez! Now listen to the story I tell … Setting out one day to gather firewood, young Bernadette Soubirous stops to cross a stream near a grotto. Here she witnesses a beautiful vision that will change her life, and the French village of Lourdes, forever. In a series of rhyming verse, children’s author Eleanor Gormally tells the much-loved story of Bernadette and the Lady of Lourdes.

    This book is suitable for children aged four to eight and comes beautifully illustrated by Barbara Croatto.

     
           
     

    Resolving Bullying

    This book looks at bullying as a relational issue and puts forward ideas and strategies for the individuals themselves to use. It is aimed at children, their parents/ guardians, teachers and professionals who work with the age group of six to twelve years. This story focuses on the effects bullying has on a boy called Dan. Dan becomes sad and withdrawn by the experience, his world changes completely. As the story continues, he finds support and learns helpful tips and ideas. He begins to regain his confidence and learns how to be happy again.

         
     

    Resolving Anger

    Anger is probably the emotion most of us have the biggest difficulty with. This book shows how anger happens and helps readers understand how it affects the mind. It is aimed at children, their parents/guardians, teachers and professionals who work with the age group of six to twelve years. This story is about two friends who fall out when they get angry with each other. They learn about what makes them angry and how it affects them. They then find new ways to manage their anger and negotiate a better solution for working together. Their friendship is all the stronger for understanding what has happened between them. 

     
         
     

    Resolving Sibling Rivalry

    Siblings squabble all the time. Sibling rivalry goes hand in hand with sibling love and, for parents, can be extremely wearing and confusing. This book tells the story from both sides and demonstrates strategies that families can use to turn sibling squabbles into healthy sibling negotiations. This story is about a brother and sister whose everyday niggles and rows, typical of those between brothers and sisters, eventually drive their friends and mum mad. It all comes to a head and they have to find another way of sorting out their differences. At the end of the story they are happier, and so is their mum! 

         
     

    Resolving Bereavement

    Death is something we all must experience as a part of life, even children, and this book helps them to deal with the acute loss and strong emotions that result from the death of a loved one. It is aimed at children (aged six to twelve), their parents/guardians, teachers and professionals who support children during times of bereavement. 

    The story focuses on how loss affects Joe and Lisa in different ways, but how they both find support and learn how to talk about their feelings. They begin to regain confidence and learn how to be happy again. The story will help children understand and deal with grief and all the emotions that come with it, such as isolation, anger, depression, guilt, fear and insecurity. 

    The book also has a very useful toolbox section, with tips, games and information to help children put into practice what they have learned from the book. It is also supported by a website, which has additional material available for download for both children and parents.

     

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  • Eleanor Gormally


    Eleanor Gormally lives in County Limerick with her husband and daughter. She is also the author of The Little Flower Bulb, The Little One Asks and Bernadette and the Lady of Lourdes, all published by Veritas.


    Fiona McAuslan


    From Scotland, Fiona McAuslan came to Ireland to work in the National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland as a violinist in 1990. During her time in the orchestra she became involved in negotiating workplace disputes and developed an interest in confl ict resolution. She trained as a mediator and left the orchestra to pursue a career as a confl ict resolution professional. She works for organisations such as the Family Mediation Service and the Clanwilliam Institute, and is a member of the Mediators Institute of Ireland and the Association of Confl ict Resolution. Fiona has worked with Drumcondra Education Centre to develop confl ict resolution training programmes for schools nationwide.


    Peter Nicholson


    Peter Nicholson has been working the world of marketing and communications for the last twenty years. He has worked with Fiona McAuslan on a number of projects in the past, such as the S.A.L.T. programme, which is currently being used in schools in Ireland, the Uk and Australia. Peter is married, with two children.


    Ailís Travers


    Ailís Travers teaches in Loreto College, St Stephen’s Green, and lectures part time in Dublin City University. She holds a Masters Degree in Religion and Education from the Mater Dei Institute of Education, and a Post-Master’s Certificate in Spiritual Formation from Boston College. Ailís has worked for Veritas in Ireland and in the USA where she provided training and support for teachers. She is the author, co-author and editor of a number of books and websites for religious education. She is also the author of a children’s book, Pope Francis: The Story of Our Pope.


    Barbara Croatto


    The Italian-born, Dublin-based illustrator Barbara Croatto has worked as a designer for more than twenty years. She has illustrated a number of Veritas titles, including The Story of St Brigid and Three Visitors: The Story of Knock. 


    Caitriona Clarke



    James Dooley


    James Dooley is a former primary school teacher with a keen interest in medieval art and the history of the early Irish church. The Story of St Patrick is his first book. 


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  • Classroom Book Bundle Offer:

     

     

    The Story of St Patrick

    The story of St Patrick, Ireland’s beloved patron saint, is brought to life in this beautifully illustrated and engaging account.

    Learn about Patrick’s childhood in Wales, his years spent as a slave in County Antrim, and his triumphant mission to bring the good news of God’s mercy to the people of Ireland.

    Explore how his simple message of love inspired all who knew him and how, even today, people follow in his footsteps by climbing to the top of Ireland’s holy mountain, Croagh Patrick.

    Suitable for children aged seven to eleven.

         
      

    Pope Francis: The Story of Our Pope

    This is the story of Pope Francis – his childhood in Argentina, his work as a priest and his life as pope. Although Pope Francis is a very busy man, he always has time for other people, and he especially has time for God. He teaches us how to live like Jesus by praying, by caring for others and by enjoying God’s world!

         
     

    The Three Visitors: The Story of Knock

    On 21 August 1879, the small village of Knock in County Mayo received three unexpected visitors. By the wall of the church, a beautiful apparition of Mary, Joseph and St John the Evangelist captivated a group of local people, changing their lives and the life of this country village forever. Accompanied by charming illustrations from Barbara Croatto, children’s author Eleanor Gormally brings the familiar story of the apparition at Knock to life. This book is ideal for children aged six to eleven.

           
     

    Bernadette and the Lady of Lourdes

    Ecoutez! Now listen to the story I tell … Setting out one day to gather firewood, young Bernadette Soubirous stops to cross a stream near a grotto. Here she witnesses a beautiful vision that will change her life, and the French village of Lourdes, forever. In a series of rhyming verse, children’s author Eleanor Gormally tells the much-loved story of Bernadette and the Lady of Lourdes.

    This book is suitable for children aged four to eight and comes beautifully illustrated by Barbara Croatto.

     
           
     

    Children's Everyday Prayerbook

    Everyday Prayers for Children ages 4-7.

         
     

    Magical Mozart and His Musical Friends: 

    The Sad Little Violin

    The poor little violin is very sad. Her brothers and sisters can play beautiful music, but every time she tries to copy them, she makes terrible sounds. So terrible that the other instruments run away with their fingers in their ears! Her last hope is Mozart. Can he help her find a voice of her own?

     
           
     

    Magical Mozart and His Musical Friends: 

    The Hot-Headed Bassoon

    The hot-headed bassoon is angry! The other instruments have been teasing him and he is not happy. He is so angry that he decides to take revenge. With the help of a magical music score, Bassoon tricks the other instruments so that they forget how to play! But he can’t undo the spell ...

         
     

    Magical Mozart and His Musical Friends:

    The Noisy Blue Drum

    With a CRASH! BOOM! WALLOP! the noisy blue drum makes big, booming sounds. He loves being a drum. But there’s a problem. His big, booming sounds are so loud that he can’t hear the other instruments play! Can Mozart help the noisy blue drum learn how to listen to others?


       
     

    Resolving Bullying

    This book looks at bullying as a relational issue and puts forward ideas and strategies for the individuals themselves to use. It is aimed at children, their parents/ guardians, teachers and professionals who work with the age group of six to twelve years. This story focuses on the effects bullying has on a boy called Dan. Dan becomes sad and withdrawn by the experience, his world changes completely. As the story continues, he finds support and learns helpful tips and ideas. He begins to regain his confidence and learns how to be happy again.

         
     

    Resolving Anger

    Anger is probably the emotion most of us have the biggest difficulty with. This book shows how anger happens and helps readers understand how it affects the mind. It is aimed at children, their parents/guardians, teachers and professionals who work with the age group of six to twelve years. This story is about two friends who fall out when they get angry with each other. They learn about what makes them angry and how it affects them. They then find new ways to manage their anger and negotiate a better solution for working together. Their friendship is all the stronger for understanding what has happened between them. 

     
         
     

    Brendan and the Whale

    This children's rhyme tells the story of Brendan the Navigator and his adventures on board his banana boat. Beautiful illustrations by Jeanette Dunne bring the marvels of his journey, including saying Mass on the back of a whale to life for young readers.

     

     

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