The Christmas Story: The Brick Bible for Kids

Kobo ebook | October 1, 2012

byBrendan Powell Smith

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Santa, sleigh bells, mistletoe, reindeer, and presents: these are the tell-tale signs of Christmas. But for Christians, December 25 is also the time to celebrate the birth of Jesus, and what better way to introduce your kids to the story of the Savior’s birth than through LEGO!

Every year, children of all ages revisit the scene in Bethlehem with Joseph, Mary, the three wise men, the angels and shepherds, and the baby Jesus, swaddled and lying in a manger. Kids will love seeing the story of Christmas played out using their favorite toys. Brendan Powell Smith, author of The Brick Bible for Kids series—beginning with Noah’s Ark—creates a magical “brick” world around the simplified text of the Immaculate Conception, the census, the guiding star high above Bethlehem, and the promise one little baby brings to the Christians of the world. This important Christmas story is sure to be the perfect holiday gift and a book for families to cherish for years to come.

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Santa, sleigh bells, mistletoe, reindeer, and presents: these are the tell-tale signs of Christmas. But for Christians, December 25 is also the time to celebrate the birth of Jesus, and what better way to introduce your kids to the story of the Savior’s birth than through LEGO!Every year, children of all ages revisit the scene in Bethl...

Format:Kobo ebookPublished:October 1, 2012Publisher:Sky Pony PressLanguage:English

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ISBN:9990007233345

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Rated 1 out of 5 by from THE CHRISTMAS STORY: THE BRICK BIBLE FOR KIDS This book is not what I anticipated. I thought the lego idea was a great one for young children. The warning to parents about the content of this book in terms of the biblical content (killing children) and how to handle this, was not what I was looking for. I had a story book for my children when they were growing up that was focussed on the birth of baby Jesus, the kind inn keeper, the manger, wise men and angels. I wanted to buy my grandson a story book that would mirror the happy story of baby Jesus, and this was not it.
Date published: 2013-12-09