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Meaningful March Read-Alouds

Family Life | March 7, 2024

We’ve pulled together a great stack of March read-alouds for you and your family.

Patrick: Patron Saint of Ireland recounts the life of Saint Patrick. Through beautiful illustrations and simple storytelling, the book follows the journey of Saint Patrick from his youth in Britain to his kidnapping by Irish raiders, his years as a slave, his escape, and his eventual return to Ireland as a missionary.

Rechenkas Eggs is a charming picture book by Patricia Polacco. The story follows an elderly woman named Babushka who lives in a small Russian village and owns a goose named Rechenka. Through vibrant illustrations and heartfelt storytelling this tale captures the spirit of generosity and the joy of Easter celebrations.

Tale of Three Trees is a beloved tale that tells the story of three trees with big dreams. Each tree aspires to greatness: one wants to be made into a treasure chest for precious jewels, another dreams of becoming a mighty ship that carries kings, and the third hopes to remain tall and point to God. However, as their lives unfold, each tree’s destiny turns out differently than expected.

The Jesus Storybook Bible┬ápresents the overarching narrative of the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation, with a focus on Jesus Christ as the central figure. Unlike traditional Bible storybooks, it doesn’t merely recount stories, but it highlights the connections between each narrative and how they point towards the ultimate story of God’s redemption through Jesus.

Little Pilgrims Progress is a children’s adaptation of John Bunyan’s classic allegory “The Pilgrim’s Progress.” Retold by Helen L. Taylor, it follows the journey of a young boy named Christian as he embarks on a quest from the City of Destruction to the Celestial City.

Miss Maple’s Seeds is a delightful children’s story that revolves around Miss Maple, a nurturing and caring character who collects lost seeds and cares for them until they are ready to find their forever homes.

Goodbye Winter Hello Spring celebrates the transition from winter to spring. Through beautiful illustrations and simple text, the book follows a young child as they explore the changes in nature, from the melting snow to the blossoming flowers and the return of animals.


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