Little One We Knew You'd Come by Sally Lloyd Jones
  

Synopsis

Little One We Knew You'd Come by Sally Lloyd Jones

The birth of a child is an occasion for joy, and when Jesus was born the whole world rejoiced. This unique Christmas story lyrically evokes for children the excitement of the day they were born, and the wonder of the miraculous birth at the centre of the Nativity story. Lush illustrations echo the simple poem in a dazzling celebration of birth and of the baby born that very first Christmas.

Reviews

Jackie Morris's graceful, affecting watercolours ... make you remember the joy of a new baby -- Amanda Craig Times

About the Author

Sally Lloyd Jones was born in Uganda and grew up in East and West Africa and a boarding school in England. She has worked in publishing, but since 2000 she has been a full-time writer. She lives in New York City, USA. To visit her website click here Jackie Morris lives in Pembrokeshire, Wales, with children, dogs and cats. Ever since leaving college, Bath Academy of Art, at least one cat has watched over her while she works. Big cats and small are a passion in her life, and it was while reading and watching her cat Pixie sleeping in winter that the idea for I am Cat came about. Among her many books for Frances Lincoln are The Ice Bear, The Snow Leopard, Tell me a Dragon, and How the Whale Became by Ted Hughes. To visit Jackie's website click here

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 4 To 7

Author

Sally Lloyd Jones
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Publisher

Publication date

1st October 2006

ISBN

9781845077310


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