Paul Writes by Chris Raschka

Paul Writes

A charming introduction to Saint Paul and his epistles Caldecott Medal-winner Chris Raschka breathes new life into the letters of Paul the Apostle with this inviting book. Each sumptuous page distills the main themes of Paul’s epistles into approachable, appealing language. Chris Raschka expertly depicts Paul’s sincerity and compassion, sadness and pain, giving readers a true sense of who Paul really was. Paul Writes (a Letter) celebrates ...

Details Paul Writes

TitlePaul Writes
Release DateSep 11th, 2018
PublisherEerdmans Books for Young Readers
GenreChildrens, Picture Books, Religion, Nonfiction, Christian

Reviews Paul Writes

  • Deb (Readerbuzz) Nance
    I’ve never seen a book like Paul Writes (a Letter), but I’m so happy it is now in the world. The wonderful two-time Caldecott winner, Chris Raschka, has taken the letters of the apostle Paul to Rome and Corinth, Galatia and Ephesus and Thessalonica, and the letters of Paul to his friends Titus and Timothy and Philemon and (possibly) the Hebrews and condensed each letter into a beautiful little jewel-like bite of wisdom and beauty, perfect for...
  • Sandy Brehl
    In the case of Raschka's recent book, there has been a perfect pairing of artist, content, and publisher. A quick Internet search will link you to hundreds, probably thousands of books aimed at making Biblical content kid-friendly and accessible. But PAUL WRITES (A LETTER) is so much more than that. Raschka has produced a book that humanizes and energizes a character whose name graces Christian and Orthodox churches around the world. I can't reca...
  • Cate Morton
    Chris Raschka uses gentle hues in his pictures and calligraphy and clear, friendly phrasing in his presentation of the apostle Paul's letters to make this biblical figure accessible to today's children and adults. This book would make a great Sunday school read-aloud to show how parts of the bible were written and compiled while it gives insight into the human Paul and his real world journey. Calmer than some of Raschka's other offerings, I highl...
  • Sarah
    Hooray for a children's picture book about Christianity by a Caldecott award winning author and illustrator! This book simplifies the apostle Paul's epistles for young children. Boldly colored illustrations accompany the text offering readers a visually appealing aspect to their learning.
  • Josiphine/Tessa
    Paul is probably my favorite person from the New Testament (...maybe Peter? a difficult choice) (after Jesus, obviously) and this picture book summary of his epistles does not disappoint. Absolutely delightful.