Eyewitness Christmas [NOOK Book]

Overview

About this play: In a humorous blend of biblical and modern culture, an aspiring journalist named Luke is trying to break into the periodical, National Scroll, with a fantasy Christmas article, but editor Liebowitz rejects it, demanding facts and authenticity. In a second attempt, Luke conducts four interviews to learn exactly what happened that first Christmas night. What he discovers changes everything.

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Eyewitness Christmas

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Overview

About this play: In a humorous blend of biblical and modern culture, an aspiring journalist named Luke is trying to break into the periodical, National Scroll, with a fantasy Christmas article, but editor Liebowitz rejects it, demanding facts and authenticity. In a second attempt, Luke conducts four interviews to learn exactly what happened that first Christmas night. What he discovers changes everything.

Candle Star Christmas Productions is a series of simple-to-produce Christmas plays designed for small churches or schools. Each one immerses viewers in a powerful story that clearly presents the gospel message, leaving no question about the true meaning of Christmas. Combined with suggested music (not included), estimated lengths range between forty-five minutes to one hour.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014176040
  • Publisher: Shell Isenhoff
  • Publication date: 3/30/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 25
  • File size: 45 KB

Meet the Author

Shell Isenhoff is the pen name I write my Bible stories under. It's not so different from my real name, Michelle Isenhoff, under which I publish my mainstream children's novels. Though it's fun to add a little imagination to Bible stories, my real passion is clean, appropriate teen and tween novels aimed at a much wider audience.

Here's a little more about me: I became a teacher because I never outgrew children's literature. Then I tried my hand a children's novel - I was hooked! When I'm not teaching, writing, chauffeuring children, blogging or reading, I like gardening and taking road trips with my family (not necessarily at the same time).

So what do I write? Three words: ADVENTURE - I won't read a story that doesn't transport me to a new, exciting world. I won't write one, either. INNOCENCE - My target audiences range from 9 to 15. Kids. I won't market profanity or controversy. And SUBSTANCE - I prefer stories with some depth to them.

Though I write material appropriate for younger readers, many a grown-up has applauded my work and asked, "Why is this just for kids?"

*I make a variety of classroom resources available to compliment my books. Please visit www.michelleisenhoff.com and click on the "For Teachers" page.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 25, 2012

    A News Reporter Writes About the First Christmas

    An eyewitness account of the first Christmas told to a junior reporter by eyewitneses of the birth of Christ.

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    Posted December 23, 2012

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