Santa’s Birthday Gift is a wonderfully crafted story that explains both the birth of Jesus and Santa Claus’ spirit of gift giving. The story is written with such skill that it becomes plausible that Santa could have been there that night and this is how he began his yearly trips to good boys and girls. If your children, or you, want to know how Santa’s reindeer can fly, this story explains how. Have you ever wondered how Santa’s bag is always full of toys, no matter how many he pulls out? I have and this story finally explained in a way . . . read more
One Night in Bethlehem is a Christmas inspired touch-and -feel book for young children. The young boy in the story is lifted up by his mother so he can see and touch the family manger sitting on a mantle. His mind takes over and he imagines himself at the manger, on that night so long ago in Bethlehem. He envisions himself watching the actual scene, wondering what things felt like, so he reaches out and touches different objects. Imagining himself as the angel above, he . . . read more
Franklin’s Christmas Gift Franklin loved Christmas. He could name all of Santa’s reindeer. He could ties ribbons into bows and play “Silent Night” on his recorder. Franklin liked to give presents and receive them. But this year he couldn’t decide what to give to the Christmas toy drive.
Each year, Mr. Owl’s class donates new and gently toys for needy families. This year, Franklin cannot decide what to give. The only toy he will part with is . . . read more