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M is for Manger ~ A Wonderful Children's Book for Christmas!



  • Hardcover: 64 pages
  • Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. (September 17, 2015)
  • ISBN-10: 1496401956
  • ISBN-13: 978-1496401953
  • Authors: Crystal Bowman and Teri McKinley
  • Pictures by Claire Keay
For Ages 4 and Up


Synopsis:

Travel through the alphabet with this beautiful rhyming storybook that tells the story of Jesus’ birth. 

Begin with the angel who tells Mary that she is God’s chosen vessel and follow along until you reach the zillions of stars that paled in comparison to the star that announced the birthplace of the newborn King. 

Beautifully illustrated and written, this book will be a classic for parents to read to their children every Christmas season.







M is for Manger by Crystal Bowman, Teri McKinley and illustrated by Claire Keay is a delightful new Christmas book for children ages 4 and up. 

With each letter of the alphabet, the story of Christmas and Jesus' birth comes to life in  words along with beautifully drawn illustrations.  The story and pictures are enchanting! 

M is for Manger would be wonderful as a read aloud for younger children, a read along book for older ones as well as a wonderful way for the family to celebrate the true meaning of Christmas.  

5 Stars!

Thank you to Tyndale Publishing for the opportunity to review this book in exchange for an honest review.

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