A wonderfully illustrated 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.
Young readers will enjoy these exciting Bible stories about kids not so different from themselves. From the story of David defeating Goliath with his slingshot, to Miriam, who watched over her baby brother, Moses, as he lay in his basket in the bulrushes, this Little Golden Book has something for both boys and girls and is a great introduction to Bible stories.
If you adore Jennifer E. Smith's THE STATISTICAL PROBABILITY OF LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT and Jessica Park's FLAT-OUT LOVE, you'll love this book.
This adorable padded board book follows George and his beloved teddy as they adventure together. The sweet and engaging story encourages babies to follow along and discover all of George’s favorite things—from soft, warm blankets to fresh bananas to his yellow duckie. At the end they will discover George’s most favorite thing of all! The padded front and back covers and sturdy board book pages make this perfect for little hands. The book also includes ideas for playtime use.
This book explores the phenomenon of the story paper, the meanings and values children took from their reading, and the responses of adults to their reading choices. It argues for the revaluing of the story paper in the inter-war years, giving the genre a pivotal role in the development of children's literature.
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