Christmas Stories for Bedtime By Renae Brumbaugh

Christmas Stories for Bedtime
Renae Brumbaugh
Barbour Publishing (2010)
ISBN 9781602606524
Reviewed by Zoey Crane (age 6) and Nana for Reader Views (10/10)

“Christmas Stories for Bedtime” is a wonderful little book for children about the birth of Jesus. It has colorful illustrations, is easy to read and promotes a lot of discussion.

Zoey:

“I loved this book! I liked the pictures. It was easy to read and had prayers to say. I practiced them all. I didn’t know Jesus had so many names. Jesus was very special and people kept coming to see him. Mary didn’t want them to wake up Jesus. The story told me that sometimes I have to do things I don’t want to do, but I know I need to do them even if they are hard. You have to pray every day.”

Nana:

Zoey and her friend read this book for two days and talked about the stories. They liked the prayers and made us do them all. She asked a lot of questions and it was so easy for her to understand. “Christmas Stories for Bedtime” is a great book to introduce children to the birth of Jesus and what Christmas is all about.

 

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