Just in time for Easter and First Holy Communion season, Gracie Jagla has released a new Catholic children’s book! I am so excited to share a book review of Jesus and the Miracle of the Mass by Gracie Jagla. I’ve had the privilege of reviewing two of her other children’s books, which both have become favorites of ours. This book did not disappoint.
Jesus and the Miracle of the Mass
Jesus and the Miracle of the Mass is a book to help children understand what happens during every Mass and how extraordinary of a gift the Eucharist is. Just like Gracie’s other books, this is written from a unique perspective. Jesus and the Miracle of the Mass can be enjoyed by all ages and would make a perfect gift for those who are receiving their first Holy Communion.
About the Author: Gracie Jagla
Gracie Jagla is an author, young wife, and mother to two beautiful little girls. Gracie seeks to help families grow closer to Jesus through her books. She has also published God the Father and the Best Day Ever and The Night the Saints Saved Christmas, which are all must-haves for any Catholic home. You can follow Gracie on Instagram @andasprinkleofgrace
About the Illustrator: Randy Friemel
Since his youth, Randy Friemel is a very talented artist based out of Texas and Oklahoma. Randy is well-known for his Christain art. You can learn more about Randy Friemel on his website or check out some of his art on his Etsy page. My personal favorite art piece is “St. Anne teaches Mary” (perfect for homeschoolers).
My honest review of Jesus and the Miracle of the Mass
Dare I say, Jesus and the Miracle of the Mass is my favorite book so far of Gracie Jagla’s. The rhyme is so catchy and does an amazing job of explaining how Jesus is truly present at each Mass. I really like the unique perspective of it being told from Jesus. The illustrations are stunning and did catch my little ones’ attention. I truly love this book and look forward to rereading this with each of my children as they prepare for Holy Communion.