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Series: Catholic Children's Treasure Box

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Works (20)

TitlesOrder
Catholic Children's Treasure Box 1 by Maryknoll Sisters1
Treasure Box Book 2 by M. Juliana2
Catholic Children's Treasure Box 3 by Maryknoll Sisters3
Treasure Box: Book 4 by Maryknoll Sisters4
Treasure Box Book 5 by Maryknoll Sisters5
Treasure Box: Book 6 by Maryknoll Sisters6
Catholic Children's Treasure Box 7 by Maryknoll Sisters7
Treasure Box: Book 8 by Maryknoll Sisters8
Treasure Box: Book 9 by Maryknoll Sisters9
Catholic Children's Treasure Box 10 by Maryknoll Sisters10
Treasure Box: Book 11 by Maryknoll Sisters11
Treasure Box: Book 12 by Maryknoll Sisters12
Treasure Box: Book 13 by Maryknoll Sisters13
Catholic Children's Treasure Box 14 by Maryknoll Sisters14
Treasure Box: Book 15 by Maryknoll Sisters15
Treasure Box: Book 16 by Maryknoll Sisters16
Treasure Box: Book 17 by Maryknoll Sisters17
Catholic Children's Treasure Box 18 by Maryknoll Sisters18
Catholic Children's Treasure Box 19 by Maryknoll Sisters19
Treasure Box: Book 20 by Maryknoll Sisters20

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Recommendations

  1. Treasure Box: Book 14 by Maryknoll Sisters (1996)
  2. Treasure Box: Book 5 by Maryknoll Sisters (1996)
  3. Treasure Box: Book 7 by Maryknoll Sisters (1996)
  4. A Book of Friendliness (Faith and Freedom Literary Readers, 8th Grade) by Sister M. Charlotte, R.S.M. (1949)
  5. The miracles of Jesus by Lawrence G. Lovasik (1977)
  6. Saint Patrick by Lawrence G. Lovasik (1984)
  7. Patron Saint of First Communicants: The Story of Blessed Imelda Lambertini (Stories of the Saints for Young People Ages 10 to 100) by Mary Fabyan Windeatt (1954)
  8. American Cardinal Readers by Edith M. McLaughlin (1997)
  9. Catholic Stories for Boys and Girls - Volume 3 (1995)
  10. Leading the Little Ones to Mary by S.S.N.D. Sister Mary Lelia (1959)
  11. More Catholic Tales for Boys and Girls by Caryll Houselander (2003)
  12. Mother Cabrini: Missionary to the World by Frances Parkinson Keyes (1959)
  13. The Weight of a Mass: A Tale of Faith by Josephine Nobisso (2002)
  14. Saints for Young Readers for Every Day, Vol. 2: July-December by Susan Helen Wallace (1995)
  15. New Catholic Picture Bible; Popular Stories from the Old and New Testaments by Nable (1966)

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