The Baby Born at Christmas by Sally Ann Wright
  

Synopsis

The Baby Born at Christmas by Sally Ann Wright

Who was born at Christmas? Who was born in Bethlehem at Christmas? Who was born in Bethlehem at Christmas and had a manger for a bed? The Baby Born at Christmas is a perfect introduction to the story of Jesus' birth for young readers. The story is simply told from the Bible with just enough detail to draw 4-6s in to the nativity story through twelve beautifully illustrated double spreads. The story combines the accounts from Luke and Matthew in to their traditional chronological order, beginning with Mary's visit from the angel and concluding with the presentation of the gifts from the wise men.

About the Author

Sally Ann Wright is a trained teacher and experienced author. She has written a large number of books for children, including several retellings of well-loved Bible stories. Married with four children, she lives just outside London. Honor Ayres' first book, A Child's Bible, topped 100,000 copies in its first printing. Married with three young children, she is actively involved in her church in the south-west of England.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 4

Author

Sally Ann Wright
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Publisher

Barnabas for Children an imprint of BRF (The Bible Reading Fellowship)

Publication date

23rd September 2011

ISBN

9780857460240


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