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Author Named Teacher of the Year!

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Rosemary McDunn, author of the Catholic favorite, The Green Coat: A Tale from the Dust Bowl Years has been named Teacher of the Year by the Archdiocese of Detroit!

We're so proud of Rosie--but not surprised!

As both her publisher and a former colleague, I personally know that she has a sincere love for her students and I feel honored to have her popular book as part of our Bezalel Books lineup of great fiction for Catholic families.

Rosie's heart for teaching is evident in this wonderful historical fiction story as well as in the thought-provoking questions and vocabulary section found in the back of the book making it a favorite for homeschoolers and parochial schools.

Congratulations Rosie!

Free Books for Catholic Families!

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As part of our effort to introduce Catholic families to our work at Bezalel Books, we are now offering some of our titles for free on Kindle!
For girls we are offering All Things Girl: Truth for Teens for free! The second edition offers a great new section on health and fitness by best-selling author Peggy Bowes (The Rosary Workout) as well as new content on vocations and social media.
For boys our popular All Things Guy: A Guide to Becoming a Man that Matters is now free! Filled with stories, facts about being a young Catholic man, and lots of encouragement, All Things Guy is a book young men really enjoy.
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Could That Best-Seller Be Bad For Your Health?

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There’s growing evidence to support the idea that fiction books can be good or bad for you. It’s a drum I’ve been beating on for a very long time.
I begin supporting my own belief about this by going directly to Scripture: Brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable--if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things (Philippians 4:8).
Books, after all, cause us to think of things. Whatever fills the pages ultimately fills our mind.
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