Saints and Angels by Claire Llewellyn
  

Synopsis

Saints and Angels by Claire Llewellyn

Beautiful art paired with gentle souls

Gorgeous illustrations paired with reproductions of popular ethereal artwork spanning more than a millennium, this compendium of saints' and angels' lives is now available in paperback. Children will be captivated by the courage, kindness, and generosity of the scores of saints and angels described in this book. A calendar of feast days, glossary, and index complete the volume. Among those included are the apostles, Sts. John the Baptist, Joan of Arc, and Elizabeth Ann Seton. Details of popular feast days, patronages, the choirs of angels, as well as the guardian and fallen angels are included.

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About the Author

Claire Llewellyn is a prize-winning author of nonfiction for young readers. In 1991 she was shortlisted for the prestigious TES Junior Information Book Award for MacDonald's Take One: Rubbish, and in 1992 she won that award for My First Book of Time. Since then she has written more than 20 children's books on a wide range of subjects. She is the author of Kingfisher's recent Saints and Angels. Claire lives in Hertford.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback / softback
64 pages

Author

Claire Llewellyn
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Publisher

Kingfisher Books Ltd an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

3rd January 2013

ISBN

9780753469392


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