Shameless plug: Here’s the post I did last year about the book I designed (with some illustration) for Conciliar Press (now Ancient Faith Publishing). The less shameless part of it: I don’t get any additional royalties, so there’s really nothing in it for me. And also, I really did think it was a great activity book, taking your family through Nativity to Theophany.
Keep meaning to mention — Ortho-peeps should check out the other book I designed for Conciliar Press — link HERE. I thought it was a very cool family workbook on how to celebrate the 12 days of Christmas. A reading, activity, troparion and connection to the 12 Days song for each of the 12 days, plus extra craft ideas (and St. Basil’s bread recipe) in the back.
I thought it was kind of neat, and when I told some folks at church, they seemed pretty gung ho for something to help kids celebrate the entire Christmas season with. So I’m putting it out there now, so you’ll have it by the time the fruitcake is eaten (or, more likely, thrown away. Or used as a doorstop. Fruitcake!)
Here’s a sample spread …