Mary's Song by Lee Bennett Hopkins
  

Synopsis

Mary's Song by Lee Bennett Hopkins

On that first Christmas night, the earth bursts with praise at the Savior's birth. Donkeys bray, sheep bleat, horses neigh, and shepherds come from nearby fields -- but Mary simply wants to be alone with her sweet babe. When quiet finally falls, Mary cradles her son and sings her mother-song, leaving readers dreaming of that silent night so long ago. Mary's Song, with its melodic language and rich illustrations, is a lovely reminder of the meaning of Christmas and a welcome pause in the midst of a bustling world. Watch the trailer:

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AWARDS and RECOGNITIONS Catholic Press Association, Book Awards - Children's Books category, First Place (2013)

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Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Lee Bennett Hopkins
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Publisher

William B Eerdmans Publishing Co

Publication date

28th August 2012

ISBN

9780802853974


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