Series: Easy Reading Books of Saints and Friendly Beasts

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Blessed Sebastian and the Oxen by Eva K. Betz
Saint Colum and the Crane by Eva K. Betz
Saint Germaine and the Sheep by Eva K. Betz
Saint Martin de Porres and the Mice by Eva K. Betz

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  1. Saint Brigid and the Cows by Eva K. Betz (2013)
  2. Pauline Jaricot: Foundress of the Living Rosary and the Society for the Propagation of the Faith by Mary Fabyan Windeatt (1993)
  3. An Alphabet of Saints by Robert Hugh Benson (1905)
  4. St. Dominic and the Rosary by Catherine Beebe (1956)
  5. Catholic Stories for Boys and Girls (Volume One) by Catholic Nuns in America (1987)
  6. A Story of St. John Bosco by Ernest Brother Ernest C.S.C. C. S. C. (2008)
  7. A Story of St. Catherine of Alexandria by Brother Flavius Brother Flavius C.S.C C. S. C. (1952)
  8. Blessed Miguel Pro: 20th-Century Mexican Martyr by Ann Ball (1996)
  9. Saints for Girls: A First Book for Little Catholic Girls by Susan Weaver (1961)
  10. Manners in God's House: First Prayers and First Missal by Neumann Press (1950)
  11. More Once Upon a Time Saints by Ethel Pochocki (1980)
  12. Martin De Porres, Hero by Claire Huchet Bishop (1954)
  13. New Picture Book of Saints: Illustrated Lives of the Saints for Young and Old by Lawrence G. Lovasik (1960)
  14. Can You Find Saints?: Introducing Your Child to Holy Men and Women by Philip D. Gallery (2003)
  15. Saints of the Americas (St. Joseph Picture Books) by Jude Winkler (2011)

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