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You are an Orthodox Christian

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This book helps Orthodox Christian children to explore the joy and wonder of their incredible spiritual family and historical heritage. It introduces children to many members of their spiritual fathers and mothers in the faith. Suitable for ages 4 (with parent's help) and up.

Includes an extensive Glossary about the Saints illustrated in the book:

Saint Hermione the Martyr and Unmercenary (September 4), Saint Andrew the General (August 19), Saint Makrina the Younger (July 19), Saint Lazaros the Painter (November 17), Saint Efrosynos the Cook (September 11), Saint Nino, Equal of the Apostles, Enlightener of Georgia (January 14), Saint Brendan the Voyager (May 16), Saint Juliana of Lazarevo (January 2), Saint Luke the Blessed Surgeon (June 11), Saint Symeon the Myrrhgusher, Founder of Hilandar Monastery, known in the world as Stefan Nemanja, Prince of Serbia (February 13), Saint Tamar of Georgia (May 1), Saint Kassiani the Hymnographer (September 7), Saint Ephrem the Syrian (January 28), Blessed Olga of Alaska (November 8), Saint Marina the Great Martyr (July 17), Saint Fevronia the Wonderworker of Murom (June 25), Saint Moses the Ethiopian (August 28), Saint Mitrophan the Hieromartyr of Beijing (June 11), Saint Evlalia of Barcelona (August 22), and Saint Thomas the Apostle (October 6)

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3 Reviews

  • 5
    You are an Orthodox Christian

    Published by Sarah on Jan 11th 2024

    I like the size of the book. It's big enough to hold up and read to several children. The message is excellent!

  • 5
    Wonderful Book!

    Published by Mihaela Corcinschi on Nov 10th 2023

    I highly recommend this book both as a mother and as a Sunday School teacher at St. Andrew Romanian Orthodox Church in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. It can be a very appropriate baptism gift for a child, also a Christmas gift or a great book for the Sunday School class. I love that it is pretty large with beautiful pictures, it has few sentences on each page, but with a lot of meaning and in this way, we can keep the story short for the smaller kids or we can open discussions with the bigger kids. I like the title of the book, which challenges us immediately! It happens, that some of the children, even though they go to church for many years, they still don't know exactly who they are. It's amazing that the author was able to write in a few words what it means to be Orthodox and give the example of our saints who were regular people like teachers, doctors, mothers, etc. and at the end of the book there's a glossary with a short description of the life of each saint that was depicted in the pictures. Simply wonderful!

  • 5
    Artwork and text

    Published by Becky Butler on Oct 5th 2023

    The artwork is beautiful, and the text is both appropriate and meaningful for all ages - children and adults.

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