Order No. 9781936270378
Subtitle: A Young Child’s Guide to Church Etiquette
By Kelly Ramkin Lardin, with illustrations by Sheena Hisiro
Josiah and Julia love to go to church. They love to venerate the icons, light candles, and eat the blessed bread. Sometimes they behave very well—but sometimes they make mistakes. Little ones can follow Josiah and Julia through the Liturgy and learn how even the youngest child can honor God by behaving properly in church.
About the Author: Kelly Ramkin Lardin was born in Slidell, Louisiana. She holds degrees in French from the University of the South and Tulane University, and she studied translation at SUNY-Binghamton. She has always enjoyed writing and loves studying language. She converted to Orthodoxy shortly after marrying her husband, who is also a convert to Orthodoxy. While she has several academic and translation publications, Josiah and Julia Go to Church is her first published children's book. It was inspired by and written for her children and their church friends.
About the Illustrator: Sheena Hisiro has been drawing since she could hold a pencil. She currently lives in Brooklyn, NY, where she is still drawing and loving every minute of it. Sheena has a BFA in Communications Design from Pratt Institute. She is currently illustrating children’s books, designing greeting cards, and drawing cupcakes. She has illustrated four other books: The Boy Who Cried Wolf!, My Glasses, Bullying is BAD, and I Can Do It By Myself.
ISBN 10: 1-936270-37-4
ISBN 13: 978-1-936270-37-8
Format: board book (heavy cardstock, with rounded corners)
Trim size: 6 X 8.5
Page count: 24
Bookshelf categories and BISAC codes:
JUV033010: JUVENILE FICTION / Religious / Christian / General
REL049000: RELIGION / Christianity / Orthodox