Joan Windham’s Sixty Saints For Girls contains charming stories of unlikely women saints who were princesses and pilgrims, mothers and grandmothers and nuns. It also holds saintly stories of a goose girl and horse-dealer’s daughter, a girl kidnapped by pirates, a veterinarian, and (believe it or not) a ventriloquist!
The beginning tale is about Our Lady’s mother, St. Anne, and the book finishes with a story about another Anne, Venerable Anne de Guigne (She was only ten years old when she died.)
Written to inspire virtue and piety, you will fall in love with these stories and discover what saints really are like.
Children of all ages and adults alike will enjoy reading these beautiful narratives over and over again!