The Story of the Nativity [With Punch-Out(s)]

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Play scene and stickers make the Advent countdown interactive and fun!

This unique book allows children ages 3–6 to count down to the birth of Jesus in a fun and memorable way. After reading the 24-page book about the events of the first Christmas, kids will have a blast decorating the nativity play scene. Reusable foil and heavy board stickers are stored in the front flap and can be used to assemble the scene of Mary, Joseph, and Jesus in the ...

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Overview

Play scene and stickers make the Advent countdown interactive and fun!

This unique book allows children ages 3–6 to count down to the birth of Jesus in a fun and memorable way. After reading the 24-page book about the events of the first Christmas, kids will have a blast decorating the nativity play scene. Reusable foil and heavy board stickers are stored in the front flap and can be used to assemble the scene of Mary, Joseph, and Jesus in the stable. Sure to inspire creative play!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780825455490
  • Publisher: Kregel Publications
  • Publication date: 7/28/2010
  • Pages: 24
  • Age range: 3 - 6 Years
  • Product dimensions: 8.30 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Tracy Harrast is a best-selling author of fifty books, including My Baby & Me Story Bible, Picture That Storybook, and Peek-a-Bible, published with Reader’s Digest, Zonderkidz, Cook, Standard, and others. Tracy’s Guess What? Bible Storybook is a Gold Medallion finalist. While Tracy earned her BA in communications, she wrote and illustrated animated software. After graduation, she worked as an advertising copywriter, a project coordinator, a book copy editor, and a curriculum writer until writing Christian books became her full-time career. Tracy and her husband, Rob, have been married since 1984 and have three grown children.

After a career that began in advertising, magazine, and package illustration, Estelle Corke moved into her fi rst love--children’s book illustration Her formative years trained Estelle to be fl exible, yet focused on deadlines She is still a traditional artist who uses watercolors and gouache in a bright and bold way Estelle makes her home in the United Kingdom.

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