A Miracle In The Kitchen A Legend About St Zita

Love Pamela
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Pauline Books & Media US
Twelve-year-old Zita had a tough decision to make. She worked hard as a housemaid, tried to be a good friend, and helped those in need. But when her boss demanded even more, what could Zita do? Find out what Zita chose, and how some heavenly help brought the entire household to its knees in prayer! This richly illustrated tale of faith, generosity, and selfless love brings the story of Saint Zita to life for children ages 6-8.  
6.25 x 7.50

After growing up in New Jersey, Pamela Love attended Bucknell University. She worked as a teacher and in marketing before turning to writing. She is the author of numerous picture books and has written many stories and poems for children’s magazines. Pamela is the author of Brigid and the Butter: A Legend about Saint Brigid of Ireland, Staircase for the Sisters: A Story about Prayer and Saint Joseph, The Sword and the Cape: A Tale of Saint Martin of Tours, and A Prayer and a Pickaxe: A Legend about Saint Clement of Rome. She is also a contributor to Family Matters: Thirteen Short Stories, all published by Pauline Books & Media. She and her family live in Maryland.

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