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The Christmas Story

by Heather Amery (author)

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Product description

A tale retold every winter for over 2000 years. Witness the miracle of how Christmas began. In very easy words and charming pictures, this book celebrates the birth of a tiny king. Long ago, in a town called Bethlehem, something big is about to happen. A great event that will change the world forever. A star shines above the frozen fields, spreading a light full of joy. The first Christmas has come, and the world is waiting…

  • The nativity story faithfully retold by Usborne
  • Very simple words and pictures for the very young
  • A lovely first look at the wonder of Christmas
  • Perfect for sharing with pre-readers

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Usborne Publishing Ltd

Date published

October 1st, 2010

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  • 16 pages


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  1. Avatar owl 761790

    on 6 February 2014

    This is how baby jesus was born in a stable on christmas day