Title: LOLEK: THE BOY WHO BECAME POPE JOHN PAUL II, THE
Description:
Lolek is a celebration of the childhood of Pope John Paul II. He was a little boy who, despite tragedy and oppression in his young life during World War II, was a shining example for his peers and adults alike. Pope John Paul II was a world class freedom fighter, campaigning for world peace as a human rights advocate and defender of the oppressed. During his combat against world poverty, he taught that every life is precious no matter one's nationality or religious belief whether one is rich or poor, young or old. One of Lolek's greatest accomplishments was the downfall of Communism in Europe. He encouraged people to feel their own power, and the power of faith led to the freedom of half a continent. The authors are Mary Hramiec Hoffman & Mark Hoffman. 33 pages
Media ID: 33044
Length: 33
Publisher: Ignatius Press
Level: EC-I

Grade Levels: EC=Early Childhood; P=Primary; I=Intermediate; JH=Junior High; SH=Senior High; A=Adult