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Review/Giveaway of Itsy Bitsy Christmas by Max Lucado

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I have another Christmas book to review (and giveaway) — Itsy Bitsy Christmas by Max Lucado, illustrated by Bruno Merz.

It tells the story of 2 mice in Bethlehem who hear from a donkey that a King is coming to their town.  They look everywhere trying to find him.  None of the other animals believe them.  Mama horse tells them, “I’m afraid this place is too common for a King.  No King would care about us.”

That’s the message of this book–that a King did care for us, that we aren’t too common for the King of Kings to come to us care about us!

Finally, the mice find Him in the stable, a newborn King born in Bethlehem.

You’ll enjoy this beautiful hardback book with your children this Christmas.

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Itsy Bitsy Christmas

*ages 4-7

*Shows children they are special and important to God, no matter how little they are

*Beautifully illustrated with warm, adorable animal characters


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Enter the Giveaway through the Rafflecopter app below.  The winner will be chosen on Tuesday, December 3, 2013 and will have 24 hours to reply to my email.  U.S. only, 18+ please.

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(Disclosure:  I received a complimentary copy of this book in order to write this honest review.  This post also includes affiliate links.)

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  2. Kayla Rice says:

    We have been checking out tons of Christmas books at the library. My little ones love the book, The Christmas story.

  3. “Room for A Little One” is really sweet and cute. WE use a lot of different things.The Bible, Veggie Tales, all sorts of library books.

  4. Nicole Sender says:

    I don’t have a favorite. I share some of the books I had as a child.

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