Claudia Cangilla McAdam

Author of Works for Children and Young Adults

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It’s Passover in Jerusalem, and the young weaver Shira wants to do something special for the Lord Yeshua. She wishes she could just tell Him how much she loves Him, but she is mute. Instead, she offers the work of her hands and presents a gift that is more marvelous than anyone could ever have imagined.

In rhyming text, this ABC book focuses on aspects unique to the Catholic faith, such as Queen of Heaven, Rosary, Sacraments, and Tabernacle. Something for "X" and "Z"? You bet!


Coming Spring 2021

from Saint Benedict Press/TAN Books

an ABC picture book:

2019 Colorado Authors' League eBook Award Finalist:  


Beckoning



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Coming September 2020 

from Sophia Institute Press

a Christmas picture book:


Print and/or eBooks Available Now:

Nathanael: 

From Fig Tree to Faith


Coming  2021 from Our Sunday Visitor

a Biblical Historical Fiction novel

(the print sequel to Awakening):


Ah, times may have changed, but books remain critical, and I'm committed to go on sharing literature with kids. On the left, I'm doing storytime with the neighbor children. reading The Giant King​, one of the wonderful books by my friend, Kathleen Pelley. On the right is a recent Zoom presentation with a book club in Iowa. So glad to be able to connect with young readers!

"E" is for Eucharist

A Catholic ABC

Riddle at the Rodeo

(the eBook)

Beckoning

(the sequel to Awakening)


Coming Spring 2021

from Our Sunday Visitor

an Easter picture book:

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"E" is for Eucharist

​A Catholic ABC

Cold and cranky, the young daughter of the Bethlehem innkeeper is annoyed with how crowded her home is. Remembering the young couple staying in her family's stable across the lane, she brings them fire for warmth. When she encounters the newborn Jesus, she finds her mood suddenly altered and her life forever changed. 

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Teenager Tabby Long can't understand her father's miraculous healing and immediate conversion to Christ . . . that is until she inserts herself into Scripture and imagines herself in Jerusalem at the time of Jesus' crucifixion. She's Tabitha Longinus, daughter of the Roman centurion whose lance pierces the Lord's side, bringing the soldier healing and faith. But can she possibly follow her father's path to conversion?

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