I’m really pleased to be writing this review because not only is this a book our team have been thinking about and working on for quite a while – it’s a book that has been written by my sister – Marianne Ross. The Shorter Catechism is one of the key statements of faith – a document that was originally written in the 1600s – it is still something that families use today to instil doctrine and strong foundations into the lives of their children. This book will be a great help to parents in this task as it takes the puzzles and codes that children are familiar with in mainstream education and uses them to help teach the questions and answers of the catechism. This is a book that has already been well received. See the reviews below:
This Catechism workbook is a great way to get kids thinking about the faith.
-Paul Levy, Minister of the International Presbyterian Church, London
This looks really cool, the codes aren’t too difficult but they are not too easy either. It is a very fun way to learn about the catechism.
-Charlotte Larson (aged 10)
I can work out the codes and they help you think about what the catechism says because you are trying to work out each word. I’d like to do all of these pages!
-May Larson (aged 9)
The Shorter Catechism Activity Book: Learning The Truth Through Puzzles is currently available in the UK and US.