Years ago, we had a dream to bring fun, whimsy, and pleasure to Catholic children’s literature, while retaining solid catechesis and authentic beauty in each book.
As parents, we wanted our children to fall in love with Jesus, the saints, and the Church through the joy of reading about them. With graduate degrees in theology, we also knew we wanted to avoid watering anything down. Our children have such a great capacity for knowing God and His truths (God Himself placed that desire and capacity in their hearts and minds)!
These are the books we wished we had for our kids. We are so blessed they now exist and we can share them with you, too!
Meet the Creators
Katie Warner, Author / Editor
In fleeting moments of spare time, Katie writes for the National Catholic Register, manages KatieWarner.com, helps others home to the Church through Catholics Come Home, speaks at parishes and conferences, and has authored books and prayer journals for adults, too.
Katie lives in Georgia with her husband and fellow book-loving children.
Meg Whalen, Illustrator / Art Director
Like Katie, Meg holds a graduate degree in theology from the Augustine Institute in Denver. She wrote her thesis on the children’s book as a tool for the New Evangelization, and she hopes the stories and illustrations in the First Faith Treasury books will help the littlest Catholics to fall in love with the beauty of their faith.
Meg lives in Florida with her husband and children where she spends most of her time chasing her toddlers and illustrating books.
Amy Rodriguez, Illustrator
Amy creates bold and colorful illustrations that bring a smile to your face. Her style is bright and beautiful with vibrant colors and rich textures. Amy seeks to spread joy and share the beauty of the Catholic faith through her art. Her work can be viewed at amyrodriguezart.com.
Leah Pumfrey, Illustrator
Leah’s attention to background design enhances the characters’ world and draws the reader into the story. She especially enjoys combining her love of the Catholic faith with her illustrations. More of her work can be found at leahpumfrey.com.