Where is Christmas? [NOOK Book]

Overview

Where is Christmas teaches that Christmas is the birthday of Jesus. The story begins when Woody Squirrel falls into a snow drift where he overhears two “People-Kids” talking about Christmas. Excitedly, he scampers into an adventure to find the treasure of presents and food under a tree of colorful lights. He rounds up his forest friends for the treasure search. All is well until “Phew Skunk” sneaks up and sets off a firestorm of arguments among the once-happy gang. Their loud voices wake up Wise Old Owl who helps...
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Where is Christmas?

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Overview

Where is Christmas teaches that Christmas is the birthday of Jesus. The story begins when Woody Squirrel falls into a snow drift where he overhears two “People-Kids” talking about Christmas. Excitedly, he scampers into an adventure to find the treasure of presents and food under a tree of colorful lights. He rounds up his forest friends for the treasure search. All is well until “Phew Skunk” sneaks up and sets off a firestorm of arguments among the once-happy gang. Their loud voices wake up Wise Old Owl who helps them discover that Christmas is not a WHERE but a "WHOOOOO." The ideal age is second to fourth grades but younger children enjoy the illustrations and learning about the WHO of Christmas too.
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Editorial Reviews

Martha Sears RN
Where is Christmas? will give you many precious moments to enjoy with the children in your life."
Martha Sears, RN Co-author- CHRISTIAN PARENTING AND CHILD CARE and THE BABY BOOK
Ray Snyder
An adventure of childhood proportion that ends at the feet of a newborn Savior “
Ray Snyder, author-The Business of Families
Senior Consulting Partner with The Ken Blanchard Companies
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011899416
  • Publisher: Create Space
  • Publication date: 11/22/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 52
  • Age range: 6 - 8 Years
  • File size: 8 MB

Meet the Author

Gosh, I've had such a wonderfully varied life from the not so good beginning in the South Bronx to my present home in Georgia. From knowing pain and despair to seeing God use every hurt in a way I never anticipated.
I'm a husband, a dad, and a granddad and if money were the total measurement of my life's success I'd be counted a failure. But if living every day in the fullness of its riches then I'm a big time success.
I have a 36 year old son (Paul-married to Lisa Grandchild John Paul) A 20 year old son Chad, and an 18 year old daughter (Grace) My life is rich in love.
My favorite short poem is: "The beauty of life is that everyday we have another chance to start over" author.. me :)
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  • Posted November 30, 2012

    Where is Christmas is an amazingly cute, fun story that really c

    Where is Christmas is an amazingly cute, fun story that really captures the feel of Christmas so many ways; the family, the happiness, and the moral good of the true meaning of Christmas. The illustrations and the strength of the characters hold my kids captive every time we read it together, and I love giving voices to the characters (I think I probally get as much enjoyment out of the silly voices as they do!). The story is moral, but in such a fun and happy way. I heard about this book from a friend in America and I really hope more families can get to share in it. Christmas is so magical for our children, and this book now really feels part of our family Christmas tradition.

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