It's a Boy! Paperback
10th Anniversary Edition
by Alexa Tewkesbury and Steve Legg;
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Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Christmas bestseller It's A Boy this wonderful animated storybook introduces children to the true meaning of Christmas and who Jesus really is
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It's a Boy!
Full Product Description
A wonderful animated story introducing children to the true meaning of Christmas and who Jesus really is.
When three quails overhear an angel telling Mary she is going to give birth to the Son of God, they are surprised and bewildered. Soon afterwards, they are captured by King Herod's bird-catcher and thrown into a cage in the palace for fattening up. As three strangers arrive looking for a new king, the quails realise it is Mary's baby they are talking about. To their horror, the birds then learn that Herod wants Him dead.
The race is on to find Mary and the baby before Herod can carry out his dreadful plan. But first, the quails have to escape from the evil King...
The quarrelsome threesome - who are usually only bothered about finding a decent breakfast - find that life is never the same again as they embark on their daring mission.
It's a Boy! by Alexa Tewkesbury and Steve Legg was published by CWR in October 2015 and is our 15710th best seller. The ISBN for It's a Boy! is 9781782594543.
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Details for It's a Boy!
|Author / Artist||Alexa Tewkesbury and Steve Legg|
|Publisher||CWR (October 2015)|
|Recommended for Ages||from 4 years up to 7 years|
|Number of Pages||48|
|Page last updated||10th December 2017|