My Book About God Vintage Catholic Book 1948 Mint Condition Catholic Children Free Shipping

My Book About God Vintage Catholic Book 1948 Mint Condition Catholic Children Free Shipping


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Vintage from the 1940s



My Book About God by Julie Bedier. Illustrated by Louise Trevisan. MacMillan Company New York. Imprimatur Francis Cardinal Spellman, Archbishop New York. First Edition. Hardcover, dust jacket. 48 pp.

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This beautiful book in simple words and many lovely pictures, tells us that God is our Father and that all people everywhere are His children. We are good when we do what God likes, and we can please God by serving His children. It is a book rich in love and happiness, presenting the earliest interpretations of God's love and kindness, to youngest readers.

This book originated at Maryknoll, where members through their worldwide work, appreciate so well the oness of God's family. Both author and artist are Maryknoll Sisters.

This book is from an old Catholic estate that was sealed in 1950 and not opened until 2000. The owner originally acquired many Catholic children's books with the intention of starting a Catholic school. They are in mint, unused condition, but, of course, old. These are the remainders of that stock. There is no dust or mold, but due to the age, I recommend a light airing out in sunlight for optimum freshness.

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