Castlemoyle Books

The Saints and Your Name

Category: Religion

Author: Joseph Quadflieg

Copyright/published Year: 1957 by Pantheon

Binding: hardcover

This book was originally written in German and was a quite popular title. It contains two pages for each saint and is illustrated with a picture on each page by Johannes Grueger. Illustrations alternate between black and white and earth tones. The stories are inspiring! At the end of the book are listed the names of the saints and which names they are related to it. The names of the saints that this book portrays in alphabetical order are: Agatha, Agnes, Albert, Alice, Andrew, Angels, Anne, Anthony, Augustine, Barbara, Bernard, Bertha, Bridget, Carol, Catherine, Charles, Christina, Clare, Dorothea, Edmund, Edward, Eileen, Elaine, Elizabeth, Ellen, Eric, Francis, Fredrick, Gabriel, George, Gerard, Gertrude, Harry, Helena, Henry, Herbert, Hubert, Hugh, Irene, Isabel, Jack, James, Jane, Jean, Joan, John, Joseph, Julian, Karen, Kathleen, Lawrence, Leo, Louis, Lucy, Luke, Margaret, Marian, Martha, Martin, Mary, Matthias, Matilda, Maureen, Michael, Monica, Nancy, Nicholas, Patrick, Paul, Peter, Philip, Richard, Robert, Rose, Rupert, Stephen, Susanna, Teresa, Thomas, Timothy, Ursula, Veronica, Victor, Vincent, Walter, Wilfrid, William. Written mainly for children, it is an informative and inspiring book for all ages.

This is a used book and is in 'Acceptable' condition.

Additional condition description

1957 library binding hardcover. Discard stamp on inside front. Some smallish (about 1" diameter) stain on top of first 10-12 pages. Inside appears clean and except from several library stamps, unmarked/unwritten in. Corners of the covers are worn.

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