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One winter's night —Herman, John, 1944-

A lonely cow about to give birth on a cold winter's night finds shelter in a deserted shed with a man and a woman who are also having a baby.

One small lost sheep —Mills, Claudia.

While looking for Kivsa, his lame sheep, Benjamin misses the wonderous announcement that the angels make to the other shepherds near Bethlehem, but it is Kivsa who leads him to the newborn king.

Follow that star —Oppel, Kenneth, 1967-

With a little help from angels, Zach and his troublesome flock of sheep follow a brilliant star to Bethlehem on the night that Jesus is born. A humorous story of determination and wonder.

Saint Francis and the Christmas donkey —Byrd, Robert.

Saint Francis, who loves all animals, explains to a sullen donkey why his kind have always had to work hard, but also tells him of a donkey's role in the first Christmas.

The crippled lamb —Lucado, Max.

A lamb who has always felt different and sad because of his black spots and his limp, feels his true worth when he is called upon to help keep the baby Jesus warm.

On this special night —Freedman, Claire.

On a silent winter's night, Little Kitten and Mother Cat join the animals journeying toward the light of a special star, and discover that it is a very special night.

The birds of Bethlehem —DePaola, Tomie, 1934-

On the morning of the first Christmas, the colorful birds of Bethlehem gather to talk about the exciting events they have witnessed, from the long line of people approaching the town to the stable where a newborn baby li...

A Christmas prayer —Parker, Amy. (Teacher)

"One snowy night a child acts out the story of the Nativity, saying a simple prayer of thanks for each blessing of Christmas ..." -back cover.

Long ago, on a silent night —Berry, Julie, 1974- author.

A mother talks to her baby, recounting the Christmas story, and linking it to the love and hope she feels for her own child.

Mortimer's Christmas manger —Wilson, Karma.

Unhappy in his cramped, cold hole, Mortimer Mouse moves into a nativity scene thinking it is the perfect home for him, until he discovers who truly belongs there.

Itsy bitsy Christmas —Lucado, Max, author.

Do you ever feel like you are too small or too ordinary? That's how Itsy and Bitsy feel. When these two charming little mice hear that a King is coming to Bethlehem, they run to find Him. But they can't find the King, an...

A Max Lucado children's treasury : a child's first collection. —Lucado, Max.

Offers hope and encouragement to parents and children alike in a collection of stories, including "The Crippled Lamb," "Jacob's Gift," "Just in Case You Ever Wonder," and "The Way Home: A Princess Story."

A baby born in Bethlehem —Hickman, Martha Whitmore, 1925-2015

Recounts the events surrounding the birth of Jesus, from the angel's announcement to Mary to the visit of the Wise Men in Bethlehem.

The little drummer mouse : a Christmas story —Mayer, Mercer, 1943-

A little mouse who is teased for being the smallest and for playing an acorn drum is singled out to give a gift to the very special child who has been born in a nearby stable.

This is the star —Dunbar, Joyce.

A cumulative presentation which uses rhyme to describe the night of the birth of Christ.

The stable where Jesus was born —Greene, Rhonda Gowler.

Rhyming verse introduces the people who appear in the story of the birth of Christ and describes the setting of this event.

Christmas in the barn —Brown, Margaret Wise, 1910-1952.

A poem telling of the birth of a child in a barn among the animals, with illustrations which depict the barn and people of a twentieth-century farm.

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