WHY CHOOSE CATHOLIC TEXTBOOKS?
Catholic schools deserve the best textbooks. With Catholic Textbook Project, you can bring balance, perspective, and hope back into the hearts and minds of your students—these are the only history textbooks written with the freedom for truth that Catholic schools enjoy. Our textbooks meet and exceed standards while educating and inspiring students with the great drama of our history.
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CATHOLIC, AUTHENTIC, AND ENGAGING
Our purpose at the Catholic Textbook Project has always been the same—to reignite curiosity and tell students the full story of history without fear or favor. Our engaging, narrative-driven textbooks proceed from the insight that history is irrevocably transformed by Christ and his Church.
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Beautifully written, elegantly designed, and clearly presented, our history textbooks are like none other on the market today. But don’t just take our word for it. See for yourself how our textbooks bring history alive in a beautiful, inviting way. Flip through one of our free digital samples!
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HISTORY DIGITAL SAMPLES
From Sea to Shining Sea
This volume is aimed at grades 5–6 and teaches the geography and history of North America, including the Indian nations, European colonization, the role of Catholic leaders and saints, and the history of the United States up to the 20th century.
I wish you could have seen the reactions by the teachers to your textbook samples. There was such joy in their faces when they saw the way the books were formatted and the accompanying materials (CD, teacher workbook). I knew I would be a villain if I exposed them to your books and was unable to secure them for their students.
Monica M. Lomenzo
PRINCIPAL, St. ELISABETH SCHOOL, CA