A Quick Teaser!

OKAY! So, I promise you that I will do a better blog entry about this soon, because it is exciting and I am excited and I want to tell you about all the cool backstory about this book, because it’s so fun, and YES. My kids totally requested this book from me. 🙂

BUT.

For now! I will only say this:

IT’S HERE!!!!

This is what the cover looks like! Isn’t it beautiful???

It’s a short picture book, which has the Saint Michael’s prayer alongside artworks of Saint Michael battling demons.

OH. Did I mention that the artworks are totally classic and beautiful and absolutely stunning??? Because they are! No dumb, cartoonish clip art here! 🙂

Here’s an Amazon (affiliate) link to it, if you want to take a look at some of the details there… and maybe even order it!

ANYWAY! As I said before, I’ll do a blog about it with TONS of pictures, because it’s so pretty that it needs it’s own special photoshoot. And I’ll make sure to feature some of the artworks used. Because, let’s face it: while my young kids like the pictures, maybe yours will be terrified by it, and you should probably know about this before you get it. (Just saying!)

STILL. I am happy. This is something that my kids requested about a year ago, and FINALLY it is made! 🙂

Karina Tabone

Karina Tabone is a wife, mother of four, author, blogger, and lover of Christian artwork. She's the author of the Illustrated Rosary series, which pairs every prayer of the Rosary with beautiful religious artwork. She likes also milkshakes, sunshine, and mystery novels. Follow her on Twitter at @illustr_prayer.

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  • April 26, 2020 at 6:04 am
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    Just finished praying Saint Michael’s Chaplet before midnight, because April 25th figures in his help given. Saint Pope Gregory the Great had an apparition by him on that date in 570 when his intervention brought an end to a horrible plague. This was repeated April 25, 1631, when a plague was ended in Tlaxcala, Mexico. in addition, my dear husband Jim went to Heaven after a battle with pancreatic cancer, during which he had a bona fide miracle, preached about at his funeral, and on record at the Shrine of St. John Neumann whose relic was used to bless him.in Philadelphia. So, as my cup brimmed, the Holy Spirit caused it to overflow by having my iPad flip open by itself at a bookmarked spot: Illustrated Prayer. to the picture of Saint Michael, your amazing blog, and news of your new book, which I will buy from you when you announce the details.
    Your loving fan, Joan Howard @tedeum522

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