Spider's Gift - A Christmas Story

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ISBN
9780819890580
Author: Marshall, Geraldine Ann
Publisher: Pauline Books & Media Pages: 40
Binding: Hardcover
Code: 819890588
Dimension: 159 x 191

Join the tiniest of creatures gathered in the stable to witness the birth of Jesus and share with your child the understanding that everyone has a special gift to offer the Ch

rist Child. Children ages 4-6 will delight in this book that includes a story, a prayer, and pages of facts and folklore about spiders.


About This Book:

A Christmas tale to enchant the child in all of us (but especially meant for children ages 4-6) Spider's Gift tells the story of how everyonehas something valuable to offer the baby Jesus, as long as it's offered with love.

Author and zoologist Geraldine Ann Marshall spins this newest addition to the PaulineKids Tales and Legends series that includes a story, a prayer, and pages of facts and folklore about spiders.

Unlike other children's Christmas books, Spider's Gift tells the story of the nativity from the viewpoint of its tiniest participants: the cricket, the honeybee, and the spider. Read it together with your child and start a new family Christmas tradition!

Features & Benefits: 

  • Provides children 4-6 with a Christian alternative to  and Rudolph the ReindeerFrosty the Snowman
  • Animal-related twist to the Christmas story with a strong Christian message
  • Contains a prayer and a section of facts and folklore about spiders written by an author/zoologistTeaches children how beloved they are and helps them appreciate their intrinsic value 

About the Author:

Geraldine Ann Marshall writes books for both children and adults. She has a bachelor's degree in zoology from the University of Kentucky. The mother of two grown daughters, Geraldine lives in a house in the woods near Paducah, Kentucky. She shares her home with lots of wildlife, including honeybees, crickets, and even a few friendly spiders.

Rebecca Sorge loves telling stories and drawing pictures, so becoming an illustrator made perfect sense. Rebecca currently lives and works in Utah, where she enjoys creating art for children's books, magazines, posters, cards, and anything else people will let her draw on.