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Who Is Coming To Our House by Joseph Slate
Stable animals scurry to clean their home in anticipation of an important visitor, in this poetic tale about the first Christmas.
Who Is Coming To Our House by Joseph Slate
Stable animals scurry to clean their home in anticipation of an important visitor, in this poetic tale about the first Christmas. Reissue.
The Birds Of Bethlehem by Tomie dePaola
A perfect first Christmas book This inventive and fresh Nativity story is told from a bird's-eye view. On the morning of the first Christmas, the birds of Bethlehem gather in the fields--not only to eat but to share the exciting news. People from all over have descended on Bethlehem and an angel has appeared in the night sky. Something extraordinary is coming! The birds agree that they must find this wondrous thing, and off they fly to the stable where a child has been born. In simple language and dazzling pictures, beloved author-illustrator Tomie dePaola shares the awe and anticipation of the first Christmas. His cast of brightly colored, curious birds will appeal to young children, making this a perfect introduction to the story of Christmas.
Childhood S End by Arthur C. Clarke
In the Retro Hugo Award–nominated novel that inspired the Syfy miniseries, alien invaders bring peace to Earth—at a grave price: “A first-rate tour de force” (The New York Times). In the near future, enormous silver spaceships appear without warning over mankind’s largest cities. They belong to the Overlords, an alien race far superior to humanity in technological development. Their purpose is to dominate Earth. Their demands, however, are surprisingly benevolent: end war, poverty, and cruelty. Their presence, rather than signaling the end of humanity, ushers in a golden age . . . or so it seems. Without conflict, human culture and progress stagnate. As the years pass, it becomes clear that the Overlords have a hidden agenda for the evolution of the human race that may not be as benevolent as it seems. “Frighteningly logical, believable, and grimly prophetic . . . Clarke is a master.” —Los Angeles Times
Christmas In The Barn by Margaret Wise Brown
From the bestselling author of classics like Goodnight Moon and The Runaway Bunny comes a Christmas story sure to delight generations of new readers. In this reissued edition by Margaret Wise Brown, Christmas in the Barn tells a childlike interpretation of the Nativity story with new full-color illustrations from New York Times bestselling illustrator Anna Dewdney, creator of the Llama Llama series.
Who S Hiding by Vicki Howie
Young children and their parents will delight in this colorful, lovingly illustrated, and simple rendition of the traditional Christmas story. This lift-the-flap book brings the well-known characters of Christmas--angels, shepherds, wise men, Mary and Joseph and the baby Jesus--to life for little ones. Sturdily constructed to last for years, this book invites children to take an active role in discovering the mysteries of Our Lord's birth. Someone's hiding behind the door. Who it is we can't be sure. Open the doors and you'll find out. What Christmas-time is all about The answer lies on a bed of hay. An angel will help you on your way This book makes an excellent gift or family keepsake. "board book"
Song Of The Stars by Sally Lloyd-Jones
Families will treasure this fresh perspective on the nativity for years to come. Song of the Stars, written by bestselling author Sally Lloyd-Jones, enhances Advent traditions and adds depth to Christmas Eve readings of the Christmas Story. Beautifully illustrated and told from the perspective of the animals and all creation, Song of the Stars features: Easy-to-read text perfect for ages 4–8 that explores the joy, excitement, and celebration of creation and the coming of Jesus Meaningful text that discusses the concept behind observing Advent This gorgeous picture book is great for Christmas-themed story times and a thoughtful addition for your family library that will be treasured for many years.
A Baby S Coming To Your House by Shelley Moore Thomas
A photo-essay explains to big brothers- and sisters-to-be what will change around the home when the new baby arrives, from why a baby cries loudly to how Mommy's tummy will grow. By the author of Good Night, Good Knight.
The Railway Children by Edith Nesbit
After a father’s abrupt arrest, his wife and children must leave their comfortable London home for a small cottage that sits near a bustling railway. While the mother struggles to make ends meet, siblings Roberta (nicknamed Bobbie), Peter and Phyllis adapt to their gloomy present with hopes of a brighter future. Bobbie is the oldest of three middleclass children thrust into poverty after their father is falsely imprisoned. She and her siblings, Peter and Phyliss, learn to embrace their new surroundings including the busy railway station. The children are frequent visitors of the local hub, engaging in an array of innocent yet spirited adventurers. Throughout their stay, they befriend multiple passengers, one of whom may be the key to their father’s freedom. The author creates an authentic portrayal of real-world conflict and consequences. Despite countless challenges, the children manage to find unique opportunities in the face of adversity. They are presented as resourceful and self-sufficient protagonists whose ingenuity makes them the heroes of their own story. With an eye-catching new cover, and professionally typeset manuscript, this edition of The Railway Children is both modern and readable.
Hiroshima by John Hersey
Hiroshima is the story of six people--a clerk, a widowed seamstress, a physician, a Methodist minister, a young surgeon, and a German Catholic priest--who lived through the greatest single manmade disaster in history. In vivid and indelible prose, Pulitzer Prize-winner John Hersey traces the stories of these half-dozen individuals from 8:15 a.m. on August 6, 1945, when Hiroshima was destroyed by the first atomic bomb ever dropped on a city, through the hours and days that followed. Almost four decades after the original publication of this celebrated book, Hersey went back to Hiroshima in search of the people whose stories he had told, and his account of what he discovered is now the eloquent and moving final chapter of Hiroshima.