Beulah in Bethlehem is a charming tale of the Epiphany.
Exquisitely illustrated by Nansea MacMillan, it is the gentle tale of how Beulah the donkey protects her 'special' family from the unexpected arrival of three strange men riding on enormous camels. Relying on her strong donkey instincts, however, she lets them enter the stable, and when she sees the men kneel down before the newborn baby she is convinced of what she knew all along; that this baby is very special. Her loyalty is called upon the next morning when the family must flee before the strangers' reported threats of a bad man. It is never in doubt.
Beulah in Bethlehem is the first in a series of children's books based on the lovely fairy tale about the loyalty of donkeys towards Jesus, and how God rewarded them with the mark of the cross on their backs.
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About the Author
Kate Langan loves words; long ones, short ones, old and new ones, and she has strung some together to create her most recent work: “The Grand Plan, A Tale of Romance, Crime and Boatbuilding,” which she hopes that you will enjoy reading as much as she enjoyed writing. Kate won two awards for her first book “The Art of Worship: The Vision and Craft of Contemporary Nova Scotian Artists.”(Nimbus Publishing Ltd, Halifax, 2001,) which was published in conjunction with an exhibit curated by her at the Mary E. Black Gallery in Jan/Feb 2002. She is the author of over seventy five magazine articles published both nationally and internationally, and several radio programs aired on CBC Radio One. Her first ebook, “Beulah in Bethlehem,” was published on SMASHWORDS.COM. “The Grand Plan, A Tale of Romance, Crime and Boatbuilding” utilizes her experiences building wooden boats as an instructor with The Nova Scotia Sea School, and is her first novel. Kate lives with her husband John and their two cats in a cottage on a hill overlooking Halifax Harbor in Nova Scotia.