Saint Francis and the Wolf
by Edward Long
This illustrated work for children narrates one of the most extraordinary incidents in the life of Saint Francis of Assisi, his heroic act to save the village of Gubbio from a ravenous wolf. Since Saint Francis loved God and lived a virtuous life, God used him as an instrument to tame the wolf and save the village.
22 pages, paperback
Fifth grade level, ages 10-11
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This delightful little book contains ten stories that explain in a simple way many truths of the Catholic Faith.
This illustrated book, well written for young audiences, recounts fifteen of Christ’s miracles.