The Shepherds' Christmas
Christmas Tree Decoration Book
by Alex Taylor; Joy Hutchinson;
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Experience the Christmas story as the Shepherds' saw it in this novelty Christmas tree decoration book. Suitable for 4-8's, the Bauble Book Series is always a popular church giveaway, along with the other three in the series.
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The Shepherds' Christmas
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
The Shepherds' Christmas Bauble Book is is a colourful Christmas tree decoration with a story inside.
Telling the Christmas story from the Shepherds' perspective, the miniature book is suitable for children under 8 and a fantastic introduction to the real Christmas story for those with little church background, making the Bauble Book Series extremely popular for church giveaways at Christmas time.
This affordable book comes with a thread attached at the top so you and your children can hang it on the Christmas tree and read it whenever you want. Also available in the Bauble Book series are:
o Joseph's Christmas
o Mary's Christmas
o The Wise Men's Christmas
The Shepherds' Christmas by Alex Taylor; Joy Hutchinson was published by Scripture Union in August 2010 and is our 335th best seller. The ISBN for The Shepherds' Christmas is 9781844275175.
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The book comes with a thread to hang it on a Christmas tree. The Shepherds' Christmas is part of a four book set following the Christmas stories of Mary, Joseph, the shepherds and the wise men. The whole collection look very attractive hanging on a Christmas 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. Suitable for 4-8s.
In Brief: Eden Video Transcript
“The Shepherds' Christmas is both a Christmas tree decoration and a delightful Christmas story. Simply hang it on your tree this Christmas with the helpful thread provided and throughout the Advent period your children can enjoy a beautifully decorated tree and read or be read the all important story behind the festivities.”
“This bauble book tells the Christmas story through the eyes of the shepherds. With simple, colourful pictures and easy to read and understand text, this charming book is suitable for children aged 4 to 8. The Shepherds' Christmas is one of four books, each one following a different character's journey to the stable. Want to buy all four? We’ve bunched them together in an Eden Bundle to save you some money.”
“Decorate your Christmas tree with more than shiny plastic and glittery tinsel; decorate it with the story of the birth of Jesus.”
Why the 'Bauble Books' are an Eden.co.uk TOP DEAL
o Amazing Value - one of the cheapest Christmas books available
o Fantastic Church Giveaway - for kids clubs and Sunday schools
o Bridge Between Christmas & Christ - encourages families to enjoy both the joy of decorating the Christmas tree and reading about the reason we celebrate Christmas
o Present For Non-Church Kids - child-friendly and introduces the timeless story for those with no church background
o Attractive Decoration - front cover sparkles and comes with thread to attach onto your Christmas tree
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Details for The Shepherds' Christmas
|Author / Artist||Alex Taylor; Joy Hutchinson|
|Book Format||Novelty book|
|Publisher||Scripture Union (August 2010)|
|Recommended for Ages||from 4 years up to 8 years|
|Number of Pages||16|
|Page last updated||10th August 2017|