"Jane was born, as all babies are, with a special present from God..."
Jane wants to give her present to someone that she truly loves. But when Jane's friends start pressuring her to give her present away before she is ready, will Jane find the strength she needs to hold on?
Featuring beautiful illustrations and suggested discussion questions, From Jane with Love is an indispensable resource for teaching children about chastity and the gift of self.
How do you heal a broken heart?
It's a question that our hero is determined to solve. Journey with him as he meets a colourful cast of characters, each offering a tempting, "solution" to his brokenness. But with all of these distractions, will our hero ever find the true source of healing?
Fr. Joseph Powell:
"The portrayal of The Journey was really well done. This book talks about the sins that can hurt our relationship with God, and that, in fact, sin is trying to put things in our hearts, in that place where only God can fit. I would definitely use this book in catechism classes, especially geared toward children preparing to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation. I thoroughly enjoyed it and I think kids and parents will enjoy it, too. Wonderful book!
Naomi Roche, Student Outreach Minister:
"The Journey is not only eye-catching and entertaining for its young readers but it is even more significant for their parents. It gives parents the perfect opportunity to bridge topics such as temptation, confusion and heartache. This book will be quintessential to families who approach their faith with the same determination as Joshua, who, despite the darkness, proclaimed; "As for me and my house we will serve the Lord."(Joshua 24:15)"
From Jane with Love
Fr. Michael Corcione:
"This is the perfect starting point, because it answers all kinds of questions, but it also causes more questions to be asked, and I think that's important. It's not only to have the right answers, but to have the right questions being proposed, and all of this in the light of the Gospel."
"The message in this book has a lot more meaning than a lot of other books for children. It is pretty heavy in significance, but it's put in very simple words for kids to understand."
Josie, Early Childhood Educator:
"As an educator, this would definitely be a good way to bring the topic up in the classroom."
"Readers will get a sense of confidence in knowing that they're not alone, that there are people who do feel the same way as they do."
Anabella, Early Childhood Educator:
"This book is an amazing opportunity for children and youth to become aware of spiritual values. It can impact our entire lives."