Saint Louis de Montfort (Windeatt Comprehension Set)

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Teach your student to love the Blessed Virgin as St. Louis de Montfort did, as well as giving them valuable reading skills! This set will give you all the tools you need to teach your student reading comprehension and help him or her learn about the holy life of St. Louis de Montfort.

In the story of St. Louis, your student will find an example of a man entirely devoted to Our Lady. As told through the many stories of his life as a priest in France, his great love of the Blessed Virgin will inspire you and your students. They will love to hear about their mother in Heaven, who asks them each day to rely on her for comfort and strength in the trials of life. The valuable lessons of St. Louis de Montfort’s life will stay with your students throughout their whole lives, especially as they make their ways to sainthood.

In this set you will find:

  • Saint Louis de Montfort: The Story of Our Lady’s Slave by Mary Fabyan Windeatt
  • A Student Workbook
  • A Teacher’s Manual

Meant to be used together, all three of these books will help you to engage your student with the work of St. Louis de Montfort, while also helping them to practice important reading skills. With lessons and worksheets tailored to children in 2nd through 5th grade, the Teacher’s Manual and Student Workbook will help you and your student understand the great devotion of St. Louis de Montfort. 

TAN Books now offers these sets so that you can use the beloved Windeatt saint stories to help test your students on their reading comprehension, instruct them on matters of the Catholic faith, and bring them closer to the saints. 

The Student Workbook and Teacher’s Manual utilize:

  • Key Terms pages
  • Vocabulary exercises
  • Comprehension questions
  • Activity pages
  • Answer keys 
  • A guide for teaching
  • And much more!

The author of Saint Louis de Montfort: The Story of Our Lady’s Slave, Mary Fabyan Windeatt, was known as “the storyteller of the saints.” In the 1950s and 60s she wrote over 20 historical fiction novels on the saints, bringing to life these holy men and women for young readers across the world. Sold individually or in a set of 20, these timeless classics have educated young men and women in virtue since their publication in the 1950s. All the stories tell the lives of saints in an engaging way, detailing their virtues, struggles, and countless adventures.

You and your student will love the faith-oriented books in set—these resources will help you teach your student about St. Louis, as well as develop important reading skills. If you are looking to delve into the Faith with a student, look no further than this comprehensive set!

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