The Baby Bible Christmas Storybook

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The Baby Bible Christmas Storybook by Robin Currie isn’t very long, 15 scripture passages of one or two verses, with simple words and actions that describe the birth of Jesus.  Perfect for little ones attention spans .

It begins with Mary’s being told by the angel that she would be the mother of Jesus and Joseph’s earthly father role, and their journey to Bethlehem.  Then it goes on to the shepherds and the wise men.  Incidentally I really liked that they have the wise men going to Jesus’ house and not the stable.

What’s best about this recounting of the event, is the actions that you can encourage your children to do after each sentence of the story.  Children engage so much more when they are involved and feel as if they are a part of what’s going on in the book.

I plan on using this during the Christmas season with the toddlers during the Sunday School hour in our church nursery.  Going through 5 of the Scriptures each Sunday will allow us to go through the book entirely twice before Christmas arrives.  What a great way to reinforce the birth of Christ.

This would not only make a great gift for a new baby or expectant parents, it would also be a wonderful tool to use in your own home during the advent season or in a Sunday School or Nursery setting.  The sturdy board book will last for many Christmas Seasons.

The Baby Bible Christmas Storybook is available at David C. Cook,,, and other retailers for a mrsp of $9.99.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I wrote this post as part of a blog campaign by The B&B Media Group on behalf of David C. Cook and was supplied with samples and  information through them, the review and opinions are my own.

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