Catholic Book Basket for September

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Ready to celebrate the Holy Days and feast days coming up in September? What about learning more about the saints?

This list of books, arranged in calendar order, will help you to be prepared to live the liturgical year at home with your family!

Catholic Saints Books for September


brother wold
September 1st – St. Giles

Brother Wolf, Sister Sparrow


Catholic Saints Books for July
September 1st – St. Anna
Tapestries: Stories of Women in the Bible


book-saints-heroes
September 3rd – St. Simeon the Stylite the Younger

More Once Upon a Time Saints
The Book of Saints and Heroes


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September 3rd – St. Gregory the Great

Saints: Lives and Illuminations
An Alphabet of Saints


mother teresa
September 5th – Saint Teresa of Calcutta

Our beloved Mother Teresa will be canonized this year!

More Saints: Lives and Illuminations
Mother Teresa
The Gospel on Five Fingers: Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta
Blessed Teresa of Calcutta



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September 8th – Birth of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Looking for a fun way to celebrate? Bake a birthday cake for Mary!

Mary My Mother
Lives of the Saints: An Illustrated History for Children
Alphabet of Catholic Saints
An Alphabet of Mary
The Story of Mary: Our Mother
My First Pictures of Mary
Jesus and Mary: The Lives of Jesus and Mary and the Story of Fatima


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September 8th – St. Adrian

Lives of the Saints: An Illustrated History for Children



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September 9th – St. Peter Claver

Peter Claver, Patron Saint of Slaves


Saint books for Catholic Kids

September 9th – St. Kieran

Saint Ciaran: The Tale of a Saint of Ireland


September 12th – The Most Holy Name of Mary

Mondays With Mary


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September 13th – St. John Chrysostom

Saints for Young People for Every Day of the Year – Vol II
Saints: Lives and Illuminations


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September 14th – Exaltation of the Holy Cross

The Tale of Three Trees: A Traditional Folktale
The Three Trees: A Traditional Folktale
Saints: Lives and Illuminations
An Alphabet of Saints
Saints for Girls
The Queen and the Cross: The Story of St. Helen
St. Helena and the True Cross
The Living Wood: Saint Helena and the Emperor Constantine


September 14th – St. Notburga

Brother Wolf, Sister Sparrow


September 18th – St. John Macias:
St. John Masias: Marvelous Dominican Gatekeeper of Lima, Peru


September 20th – St. Eustace
Lives and Legends of Saints


September 21st – St. Matthew
Saints and Angels
The Twelve Apostles
Lives of the Saints: An Illustrated History for Children


September 23rd – St. Padre Pio

St Padre Pio

Padre Pio
Lives of the Saints: An Illustrated History for Children
More Saints: Lives and Illuminations

September 23rd – St. Thecla

A Saint and His Lion: The Story of Telka of Ethiopia

September 26th – Sts. Cosmas and Damien

Around the Year Once Upon a Time Saints



September 26th – Sts. Isaac Jogues, John de Brebeuf & Companions

St. Isaac and the Indians



September 27th – St. Vincent de Paul

Around the Year Once Upon a Time Saints
Lives of the Saints: An Illustrated History for Children
More Saints: Lives and Illuminations
The Book of Saints and Heroes
Saints for Boys
An Alphabet of Saints
An Alphabet of Catholic Saints
Saint Vincent de Paul: Servant of Charity
Vincent de Paul, Saint of Charity
Saint Vincent, Friend of the Poor


September 28th – St. Wenceslaus

Alphabet of Catholic Saints
A Story of Saint Wenceslaus

September 29th – Feast of the Archangels – St Micheal, St Gabriel, St Raphael

Around the Year Once Upon a Time Saints
Lives and Legends of Saints
Saints and Angels
Lives of the Saints: An Illustrated History for Children

Saints for Boys
The Angels: God’s Messengers and Our Helpers


September 30th – St. Jerome

Legends of Saints and Beasts
Lives and Legends of Saints

Saints: Lives and Illuminations
The Book of Saints and Heroes
An Alphabet of Saints
St. Jerome and the Lion
St. Jerome and the Lion
Brother Jerome and the Angels in the Bakery

Catholic Saints Books for Children – All Year Round

We also use these resources all year long for learning about saints, feast days and Holy Days, as well as our Bible stories and Catholic prayers.

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These books are a wonderful addition to your bookshelves to help you teach your children about our Catholic saints. You’ll find many of this month’s saints in these selections.

Add them to your wish list or ask for them for birthday or Christmas presents.

Picture Book of the Saints
This was one of the first Saints books I bought for our collection. You’ll find 106 saints here.

Lives of the Saints
There are sixty saints covered here, arranged in order of their feast days. Readers enjoy a short history of the saint as well as a prayer to help emulate the saint’s virtues.

An Alphabet of Catholic Saints
From St Anne to St Zita, I love the illustrations and rhyming text of this sweet picture book. I have Rachel read this to Maeve.

 

Kids Book of Saints
Kids’ Book of Heroes
These two books written by Amy Welborn are some of my very favorites. It’s a pleasure to read these stories to my children at dinner or bedtime.

Saints and Their Stories
I picked this beautiful book up at our local Catholic homeschooling conference. I’m always impressed with the beauty of books from Pauline Books and Media. The illustrations in this book are gorgeous.

 

Can You Find Saints?
Like Where’s Waldo, only we’re looking for Catholic saints!

Kids Book of Everyday Prayers
Teaching my children their prayers is a joy for me — it warms my heart to watch them learn and hear them pray on their own.

This book has a collection of traditional prayers as well as prayers for specific situations, like welcoming a new baby.

Catholic Book of Bible Stories
With our homeschool curriculum, we started out with the Golden Children’s Bible, but I wanted my children to hear stories in the same vernacular as they would hear at Mass.

This is the Bible storybook I’d recommend to all Catholic families.

 
Saints for Young Readers Volume 1 (January through June)
Saints for Young Readers Volume 2 (July through December)
When you pick up a book of Catholic saints, you’ll find them in all kinds of different order – by Feast Day dates, alphabetical, time period and more.

We take a story a day and read it over breakfast – super simple, and a great way to start our morning.

Saints for Kids (DVD)
I’ve purchased this DVD as a stocking stuffer for my children. While we’re on the road, we will often watch movies. I’m anxious to pop this one in and learn with the kids!

 

Inspiration for Catholic Moms

Many of the books I’ve collected for my children help me to learn about the saints as well. If I want something more adult oriented, these are my favorite resources for inspiration to emulate the saints and teach my children our Catholic faith.

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A Book of Saints for Catholic Moms
My copy of this book is tattered and dog eared, with notes in the margins. Lisa Hendey explores a saint a week, exploring their history and how we can emulate them.

My Sisters the Saints
I own this one in Kindle form, and will read it while I’m on retreat in a few weeks.

Catholic Saints Prayer Book
Need some guidance to ask for the intercession of the saints? This book from Donna Marie Cooper O’Boyle can help – you’ll read a little about some of our most popular saints, along with suggested prayers.

Do you have favorite Catholic picture books that you pull out during September? I’d love to hear about your favorites!

             


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Comments

  1. Thanks for this wonderful list! I see many titles we love, but others I’m excited to pick up–like The Queen and the Cross. 🙂

  2. I love this! We do a Charlotte Mason style homeschool here and I love incorporating good picture books into our studies!

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