‘Twas an evening in Bethlehem and all through the day
Many guests were arriving from far, far away...
The inn is full, but when a young, expectant couple arrives on their doorstep, the innkeeper cannot turn them away. Follow this beloved tale through the eyes of the innkeeper’s young daughter as she witnesses the glorious surprises of that very first Christmas and rediscover anew the gift of the manger that ultimately points us to the cross.
|Product dimensions:||11.00(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.25(d)|
|Age Range:||3 Months to 12 Years|
About the Author
As a young child, Sierra could almost always be found with a pencil in hand. What was once a fun way to be imaginative, turned into a passion and desire to create. Now, as a wife and mother of four, being an artist has taken on a whole new meaning. Less time for creating means utilizing time more creatively. Sierra is a mom full time, and enjoys being an artist in her free time. Life is full of busy seasons. Press on and continue doing what you love, especially if it blesses others. 1 Peter 4:10
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I’m not a parent, but even so, I know it’s difficult to find children’s books for Christian families that aren’t overly preachy or deficient in quality. ‘Twas an Evening in Bethlehem shatters that mold to deliver a beautifully-written and illustrated book that is perfect for your Christmas season. The heartwarming verses written by Jenelle Schmidt and the lovely artwork of Sierra Klein are both top-notch. You’re sure to make many treasured memories reading this title with your children during the time of Advent. Highly recommended.
A fresh take on a fun Christmas poem, 'Twas an Evening in Bethlehem shares about that special evening when Jesus was born through the eyes of a child whose father works in the Inn that had no room for Joseph and the very pregnant Mary. The illustrations were lovely and paired nicely with the text. The author did a wonderful job writing and keeping with the rhythm and rhyme of the traditional poem, I especially thought it clever when it came to naming the shepherds who came to visit. I read it out loud to my kids and they loved it. Definitely a treasured story to add to our collection. *I received an advanced reader copy in exchange for my honest review.