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A Bird's Eye View from Eden
The Christmas story you can hang from your Christmas Tree - told from the perspective of the baddie, for ages 4 to 8
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Full Product Description
- A great gift for 4-8s
- Both decoration and book, this is a truly unique Christmas decoration for kids
- Keep the true meaning of Christmas close by hanging it from your tree
A new book to add to the successful 'Bauble Book' series, telling the Christmas story from another perspective.
Bauble books make excellent stocking fillers and/or give aways for churches looking to share the Christmas story with children in their community.Herod's Christmas retells the Christmas story from Herod's point of view.
The beautiful artwork makes it an attractive Christmas tree bauble as well as a great read for children under 8. The book comes with a thread to hang it on a Christmas tree and is part of an 8 book series (the whole collection looks very attractive on the tree!).
The story is age appropriate for under-8s and sticks closely to the Bible in its retelling. It is ideal for use with all children, but is good to introduce the real Christmas story to those with little or no church background.
Herod's Christmas was published by Scripture Union Publishing in September 2015 and is our 1719th best seller. The ISBN for Herod's Christmas is 9781785062650.
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Details for Herod's Christmas
|Book Format||Novelty book|
|Publisher||Scripture Union Publishing (September 2015)|
|Recommended for Ages||from 4 years up to 8 years|
|Number of Pages||16|
|Page last updated||20th December 2015|