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LDS Staff Picks

Some of us that work here at the Book Table  would like to tell you all about our favorite books here in our LDS department. Come in today to see our entire display of LDS Staff Picks!

Surviving Hitler: The Unlikely True Story of an SS Soldier and a Jewish Woman

Gustav Palm kept his secret for more than forty years. He’d been a young man when Hitler invaded his native Norway. After being forced to guard a Nazi prison camp, however, Gustav took his only option for escape: he volunteered for the Waffen-SS to fight at the front.

Agnes Erdos grew up in privilege and prosperity as a child in Hungary. She and her parents were practicing Roman Catholics, but they were ethnic Jews, and after the Nazis invaded her country, Agnes and her parents were sent to the death camp of Auschwitz-Birkenau.

Miraculously, both Agnes and Gustav survived. And after the war, they found each other.

Told in their own words, Surviving Hitler is the story of two indomitable spirits who built on their life-altering experiences to overcome the past, help each other heal, and embrace a common faith in God that led them to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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Standing for Something

In this national bestseller, the president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Gordon B. Hinckley, has created a classic look at the values that can change our world–and  how to stand up for them. Drawing on anecdotes from his much-admired life of faith and service, as well as examples from American culture today, he examines ten virtues that have always illuminated the path to a better world: love, honesty, morality, civility, learning, forgiveness and mercy, thrift and industry, gratitude, optimism, and faith. He then shows how the two guardians of virtue–marriage and family–can keep us on that path, even in difficult times. Standing for Something is an inspiring blueprint for what we all can do–as individuals, as a nation, and as a world community–to rediscover the values and virtues that have historically made us strong and that will lead us to a brighter future.

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It Is Better to Look Up

We all love to be taught with stories. The Savior shared many in his ministry, and His prophets and other Church leaders have often emulated that great example. Gospel lessons come alive when they are presented in this way.

It Is Better to Look Up gathers more than fifty of the most personal experiences shared in general conference over the years and pairs them with stunning photographic images. The result is an irresistible volume filled with remarkable true accounts of God’s hand in our lives.

You’ll love browsing through such gems as “In Harm’s Way,” by President Thomas S. Monson; “Man Down!” by President Henry B. Eyring; “Lift Where You Stand,” by President Dieter F. Uchtdorf; “You Stupid Cow!” by Elder Mervyn B. Arnold; “Wordly Promises,” by Sister Bonnie L. Oscarson; and dozens more. These short pieces are perfect for a quick moment of inspiration in a class, a home evening, or personal devotional time. Each one is presented with a scripture to complement the gospel message.

Featuring stories from ever member of the First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve, plus many additional leaders past and present, this beautifully illustrated book will soon become a family favorite and a precious keepsake.

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Christmas 2015 Staff Picks: LDS Department

Next on this year’s list of staff picks for Christmas books, our LDS deparment manager Mary Ann has chosen 8 of her favorite Christmas books.

 CHILDREN’S BOOK:

This is the perfect book for you to read with your kids the night before Christmas or even on Christmas Day!

C is For Christmas by Tonya Skousen Arenaz

C Is for Christmas Tonya Skousen Arenaz What is Christmas? Find the answer in twentysix simple yet meaningful verses, one for each letter of the alphabet. From singing angels and jingling bells to quiet reflections on Nativity scenes, these vibrant pages celebrate all the festivities of the season while reminding us that the greatest Christmas gift can’t be found under the tree. Featuring stunning art by renowned artists Howard Lyon, Sandra Kuck, Joseph Brickey, Jean Monti, and Ben Sowards and introducing beautiful art from newly discovered Mark Missman, this richly illustrated book renews favorite family memories and inspires new ones.

VISITING TEACHING:

These books are similar to pamphlets in that they’re only 10-15 pages long and they can fit in an envelope. These are the two we’re especially fond of this season, but we do have quite a selection. We call these our “visiting teaching” books because they’re small, not very expensive, and they tell a great story about the true meaning of Christmas.

The Perfect Gift by Henry B. Eyring

In this new Christmas booklet, President Henry B. Eyring shares some of his favorite Christmas gifts, both given and received. Through stories of assembling a barometer with his young son and creating an intricately carved wooden chest for his sweetheart, President Eyring reminds us that it isn t the price tag that determines the worth of a gift; the best gifts offer love and joy and they frequently involve help from others.

Giving joy . . . is rarely found in solitary effort, teaches President Eyring. And perhaps most important, invoking faith in the Savior, the Creator and source of all lasting happiness, invites the pure love of God, which is the greatest of all gifts and the sure source of enduring joy. However we choose to give this season, President Eyring reminds us that the best gifts of the season share love and the testimony of Jesus Christ and His restored gospel.

Cherishing Christmas by Toni Sorenson

 It’s the most wonderful time of the year. But for Santiago, Christmas is just another bitter reminder of the emptiness he’s felt since the loss of his beloved wife, Maria. He anticipates another holiday nursing the unbearable ache of loneliness, until one extraordinary night, when the dim flame of hope is reignited.

In a vivid dream, Santiago is promised that he will feel the joy of Christmas once more, with one stipulation: he must act on three truths that he once held dear. Upon waking, Santiago feels a glimmer of hope—somewhere inside himself, buried deep beneath the pain, are once-cherished truths that can free him from the bonds of sorrow. As Santiago embarks on the road to remembrance, his journey is a heartfelt reminder of the reason for the season, and of the reality of Christ’s promise: “I will not leave you comfortless: I will come to you” (John 14:18). This warm story from bestselling author Toni Sorenson will remind you of what we cherish most, especially at Christmas.

NOVEL:

This is the book we all want to curl up and read with a big mug of hot cocoa!

World War II Christmas Story by Dean Hughes

A historical fiction novel told from the perspective of a son fighting on the battlefields of Europe during World War II and his mother, struggling with worry and uncertainty about her soldier son while she tries to keep a semblenance of a normal, happy Christmas holiday back on the homefront.

Norma Hayes has always tried to make Christmas special for her family, but 1944 will make that more difficult with money being tight and wartime rationing making everything hard to come by. Aware of his mother’s hardships and the worry from having her eldest son at war, second son, Dennis, is determined to buy his mother a special gift this Christmas, a lavendar blue dress he hopes will bring her comfort as a symbol of special times gone by and the hope of a brighter future with the family reunited at war’s end.

Meantime, on a battlefield far from home in Holland with his 101st Airborne battalion, her soldier son catches a familiar scent of lavendar which briefly transports him back to the homefront to the perfume scent his mother wore, giving him a short respite and reuniting the family once again if only in his imagination.

Remembering The Joy Of Christmas by Anita Stansfield

A beloved season of festivity and tradition, Christmas heralds the creation of treasured family memories and inspires our hearts to turn to the tender recollections of the past. In Remembering the Joy of Christmas, more than a dozen of the finest authors in LDS fiction have joined together to craft a heartwarming compilation of their own personal accounts of Christmases gone by.

From the magic of one family’s inspiring Twelve Days of Christmas to a miraculous holiday spent in a hospital waiting room, each poignant story demonstrates a simple truth: it is not the lights or decorations that are central to a joyous holiday season. The true meaning of Christmas comes in focusing on the spirit of the season.

grandma’s BOOK:

This is the gift all you grandparent’s should look at getting your grandchildren!

Asleep On The Hay by Ben Sowards

It is Christmas Eve when a knock comes at the door of Paul’s family farmhouse. A small family is stranded due to a broken-down truck and seeks shelter for the evening. Paul’s grandfather not only welcomes them in, but offers them dinner and a bed for the night. Even though it is a season of giving, Paul’s heart is not filled with charity. It is the height of the Dust Bowl and food is scarce. Why should he share what little he has with strangers? Worse, in order to help the sick baby, Paul will have to sell his beloved calf to buy a part to fix the truck.

Angry, he retreats to the barn, where he sleeps and dreams of faraway Bethlehem. In his dream, he visits Mary and Joseph, and their newborn son, Jesus. The family offers Paul food and shelter and warmth extending to him the love and charity he lacks and teaching him of the true meaning of Christmas.

STOCKING STUFFER BOOKS:

These books are small and not very expensive. In other words, they are perfect gifts for Santa to place in your child’s stocking!

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Christmas 2015 Staff Picks: General Books

Each year we have a list of staff picks for Christmas books and products in each department. To start off this season, our General Books deparment manager Ellen has chosen 6 of her favorite Christmas books.

 The Christmas Baby by Marion Dane Bauer

This beautiful retelling of the Nativity story that celebrates the timeless joy of Christmas and of welcoming a new baby into the world is now available as a Classic Board Book!

When Mary and Joseph’s child was born, the good tidings spread from the animals in the manger, to the shepherds in the fields, to the kings in distant lands, and even to the angels in the heavens! Now every time a baby is born, we celebrate and people travel from far and wide to greet the new baby—because every new baby is a small miracle.

Filled with lyrical text and lush illustrations, this Classic Board Book is the perfect gift for baby’s first Christmas!

Itsy Bitsy Snowman by Jeffery Burton

A fun and playful seasonal twist on “The Itsy Bitsy Spider” makes this favorite nursery rhyme perfect for wintertime!

The itsy bitsy snowman went sledding into town,
looking at the snowflakes softly falling down.
Out came his friends to lend a happy hand.
And everything was perfect in his winter wonderland.

Little ones will love this fresh winter spin on a classic nursery rhyme, as one little snowman sleds through a winter wonderland.

A Christmas Carol by Adam McKeown

Now even the youngest readers can enjoy Charles Dickens s classic Christmas tale in this beautifully illustrated picture-book version of the holiday favorite, simpler to read but with all the magic of Dickens s voice preserved.

Follow miserly Scrooge as he is whisked through the night by the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Yet to Come in order to face his selfish treatment of Jacob Marley, Bob Cratchit, and Tiny Tim. Families will enjoy reading this shortened version of Dickens s story together, with its warm illustrations that capture every twist and turn.

Immortal Nicholas by Gleen Beck

Before he was Father Christmas he was simply a father. Thirteen-time #1 national bestselling author Glenn Beck realized years ago that somewhere along the way, his four children had become more focused on Santa than the meaning of Christmas. No matter how he tried, he could not redirect their attention away from presents and elves to the manger instead.

Glenn didn’t want to be the Grinch who spoiled the magic of Kris Kringle, so he had to find a unique way to turn his kids back toward the true meaning of Christmas. He decided the best place to start was by first turning Santa himself back toward Christ.

That was when one of America s best storytellers began to craft a tale that would change everything his kids thought they knew about Santa the incredible story he went on to tell them that Christmas Eve spans over a thousand years and explains the meaning behind the immortality and generosity of the man named Claus.

“The Immortal Nicholas” has now been expanded and reimagined into this novel for adults; a novel full of drama, history, legend, and heart. From the snowy mountains of Western Asia, to the deserts of Egypt, to Yemen s elusive frankincense-bearing boswellia trees, this is an epic tale that gives the legend of Santa a long overdue Christ-centered mission.
In this novel, Glenn Beck fundamentally transforms the figure that the world now mainly associates with shopping, all while staying true to the real story of the baby who brought redemption and salvation to the entire world.

Christmas Ideals 2015

A family favorite and time-honored Christmas tradition for more than 70 years. Now in its 71st year, Christmas Ideals continues its legacy of holiday cheer and warmth.

This classic collection of all things Christmas includes poetry, essays, quotations, and recipes, as well as three Bible excerpts from the story of the first Christmas. Each carefully chosen selection is accompanied by beautiful, full-color artwork or photography. Perfect for sharing with loved ones and friends, this beautiful book will spread Christmas joy once more this year.

Little Blue Truck’s Christmas by Alice Schertle

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Little Blue Truck is spreading cheer by delivering Christmas trees to his animal friends. Can you help count each green tree from one to five and back again? Don’t forget to save one for Blue! Beep! Beep!

With the gentle rhythm and signature illustration style that made Little Blue Truck a household name, Blue’s new adventure is full of holiday warmth. Sturdy cardstock pages, a compact and child-friendly text, and flashing colored Christmas lights on the final page come together in a novelty gift book that’s sure to be the favorite treat of the season.

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Staff Christmas Picks: Toys and Games

Toys are one of the most important things we sell here at The Book Table during the Christmas season. After all, Santa can’t do it all himself! And what would Christmas be without toys?

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MAGFORMERS construction sets foster brain development through fun and educational exploration. With high quality, durable construction and intelligent magnetic design, the possibilities are endless!

STUFFIES

We thought our kids, and yours, might enjoy an entirely new breed of stuffed turtle-7-secret-pocketstoy that celebrates what’s inside. Sure they’re cute and cuddly, but it’s what you DON’T see that makes them really special. Stuffies® Toys feature secret pockets that are fun for kids to discover. Kids can fill them with all their sentimental keepsakes. They’re also quite practical as a traveling buddy, storing their games or even their pajamas! And every Stuffies® Toy comes with a surprise roll of collectable stickers featuring virtues like “knowledge” and “sharing”, building blocks of a great character.

MR. ROBOT

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Mr. Robot Remote Disc Shooting Robot has many talents including, spinning, turning his head, walking, shooting foam discs and he can teach you to dance. Mike the Robot comes with a wireless remote that controls 5 features. Mr. Robot makes a great gift for all ages. Mr. Robot’s friendly voice and cool dance moves will have you up and off your feet in a flash.

Games Department

One of the best things about the holiday season is getting together with family and friends. And when you’ve watched all the movies and baked all of the yummy treats, why not sit down and play one of these fun games?

WITS AND WAGERS

Wits & Wagers is the trivia game you can win without knowing any trivia! All 61jx8ARDSpL._SY300_you do is bet on the answer you think is the closest. Get lucky and your team will be cheering like they hit the jackpot!

Wits and Wagers also comes in a Family edition.

TSURO

Create your own journey with Tsuro…the Game of the Path. tsurobox
Place a tile and slide your stone along the path created, but take
care! Other players’ paths can lead you in the wrong direction—or off the board entirely! Find your way wisely to succeed.
The rules are simple: you place a tile to build the next step for your stone to follow. Paths will cross and connect, and the choices you make affect all the journey across the board.
Stay the path—your journey begins here.

REVERSE CHARADES

Reverse Charades is a hilarious twist on a classic stand-by (where one person REVERSEacts out words for the team to guess-boring)! With Reverse Charades, the entire team has 60 seconds to act out as many words as one person can guess. It’s a fast-paced, fiercely fun team competition that’s an absolute riot with families, work teams, school groups, party-goers or among a few close friends. But be warned…you’re in for big and dangerous doses of fun!

SPOT IT! PARTY

Experience the ultimate Spot it! session with the expanded party game. Spot_It_Party_-_Experience_The_Ultimate_Spot_ItAccessories inject a new factor of frenzied fun and all new symbols rev up the challenge. Discover never-before-seen ways to play like Dynamite and Double Frenzy. Be sure to keep your eyes peeled for your chance to snatch or pass the Hand Mascot—it can make or break a win! With 6 mini-games to master, Spot it! Party hooks everyone for hours of fast paced fun.

Games great for children:

SLEEPING QUEENS

Rise and Shine! The Pancake Queen, the Ladybug Queen and ten of their closest GAMEWRIGHT-230friends have fallen under a sleeping spell and it’s your job to wake them up. Use strategy, quick thinking and a little luck to rouse these napping nobles from their royal slumbers. Play a knight to steal a queen or take a chance on a juggling jester. But watch out for wicked potions and dastardly dragons! The player who wakes the most queens wins.

SLAMWICH

Flip and stack this clever loaf of cards to build slamwiches and double-deckers. SLAMWICHTomato, onion, tomato… slap! Get there first and win the pile. But watch out – you’ll have to catch the thief and stop the muncher from stealing the stack of cards. When you’re out of cards you’re out of the game. The player who collects all of the cards wins. Parental alert: a sharp eye and fast hand will prevail. Play all out, but the kids will beat you every time!

**Our selection of Christmas games and toys is not limited to what you see on this post. To see the full glory of our Christmas displays, please come visit us Monday-Saturday, 10-8! Also, feel free to give us a call at (435) 752-3055!**

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Staff Christmas Picks: LDS Department

Amid all the hubbub the holiday season brings, it can sometimes be hard to remember what’s really important about this time of year. If you’re looking for a little inspiration or perhaps a sweet story to feed your soul, look no further than the LDS Department here at The Book Table.

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Christmas From Heaven: The True Story of the Berlin Candy Bomber by David T. Warner

“This book is great for children and adults alike. It is a great reminder of the impact that one little act of service can have, a great thing to remember during the holiday season.”

Christmas_from_heaven_5108410_detailChristmas from Heaven is the story of the humble beginnings of what became a beacon of hope to a war-torn land, the story of Gail Halvorsen, a young pilot in the US Army Air Corps who was assigned as a cargo pilot to the Berlin Airlift, in which US forces flew much-needed supplies into a Soviet-blockaded Berlin.

As he performed his duties, Lt. Halvorsen began to notice the German children gathered by the fences of Temelhof Air Base. Knowing they had very little, he one day offered them some chewing gum. From that small act, an idea sprang: He would “bomb” Berlin with candy. Fashioning small parachutes, he and his crew sent them floating down as they approached the Berlin airport., wiggling the wings of their C-54 as a signal to the children that their anticipated cargo would soon arrive.

Lt. Halvorsen became known by hundreds, if not thousands, of children in Berlin as “Uncle Wiggly Wings” or “The Candy Bomber”. Word soon spread, and donations of candy and other supplies poured in from sympathetic Americans. Lt. Halvorsen’s small idea became a great symbol of hope not only to German children in a bombed-out city, but to all those who yearned for freedom.

This edition of the book includes a CD with a reading of the book by Tom Brokaw, featuring the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square.

Christmas Crossroads by Alma J. Yates

“This is a great book for those who have time to read a short novel (only 100 pages!). It’s a heartwarming romance; perfect to cuddle up with a cup of hot chocolate and lose yourself in for an afternoon.”

Christmascrossroads_detailJP Morrison relished living life in the fast lane— two years ago, he walked away from his family and his faith and didn’t look back. But in recent months, his glittering lifestyle has begun to tarnish, and something about the holidays leaves him feeling empty. Desperate to capture a bit of holiday cheer, JP’s plan to spend the holidays with a friend is disrupted when a massive snowstorm leaves him trapped at a gas station not far from his family’s home. Among his fellow stranded travelers is Genie, a beautiful young woman whose character reminds JP of the man he once was—and can become again. As the pair work together to create Christmas miracles for the other gas-station refugees, JP finds himself yearning for home. Is it too late for reconciliation, or will JP witness his own holiday miracle?

No Ordinary Shepherd by Toni Sorenson

“This short, sweet book is great for a small gift for neighbors or anyone who could use a little bit of inspiration.”

18715478As the sun beams brightly on the hills surrounding Palestine, one young shepherd boy thoughtfully considers the significance of the day. The child, crippled in a terrible accident, has always treasured his shepherd father’s tale of that starlit night so many years before–a night filled with the wonder of angelic heralds, and a tiny Bethlehem stable sheltering the chosen Messiah. Now, years since that sacred event, tales of Jesus of Nazareth’s miraculous birth touch the young boy’s faith. When he meets the gentle stranger in the hills–a man strangely familiar to him–the faithful young shepherd encounters a miracle of his own.

**Our selection of LDS Christmas books, pamphlets, and other product is not limited to what you see on this post. To see the full glory of our Christmas displays, please come visit us, Monday-Saturday, 10-8! Also, feel free to give us a call at (435) 752-3055!**

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Staff Christmas Picks: Music Department

We love Christmas so much, we start pulling Christmas music in at the end of September! Here are some of the staff picks for music and music accessories this year:

Music Department

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Piano Guys Christmas Music Book

Featuring songs from their new album, The Piano Guys: A Family Christmas is a printed piano solo book with an optional cello pull-out for some songs. This book would be a great gift for any musician who loves The Piano Guys as much as we do!

Musical Ties

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We absolutely love these piano ties! Not only do they look pretty cool, they actually make noise! On the back of the box are a couple of songs that can be played on the range of the tie including “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star.” The tie comes with batteries, and they are replaceable when they run down. This tie is really simple and fun to use; just don’t accidentally press it during church! There is an on/off switch to keep the tie quiet when you need to. This is our #1 gift choice for music lovers this Christmas season. Come check it out!

Water Dancing Speakers

Pretty sweet, right? The water show changes according to volume and type of music. It’s like a light and water show in your very own home!

You can plug them into a laptop with the USB adapter, or any smartphone, iPod, or portable game player with the headphone/audio output jack. They’re way easy to set up, and the water comes already in them.

These Water Dancing Speakers are great for any music lover!

And of course we can’t forget about the many stocking-stuffer gifts that we have here in the music department! Be sure to check out our wide array of musical instrument ornaments, cookie cutters, jewelry, and more!

**Our selection of Christmas music and other product is not limited to what you see on this post. To see the full glory of our Christmas displays, please come visit us, Monday-Saturday, 10-8! Also, feel free to give us a call at (435) 752-3055!**

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Staff Christmas Picks: General Books Department

Each year we have a list of staff picks for Christmas books and products in each department. This post will be the first in a series, letting you know what we recommend most for this Christmas season!

The General Books Department

Starry Night by Debbie Macomber

“For those of you who have time to enjoy a novel this Christmas season, this is the book for you! Debbie Macomber is a great, clean romance writer.”

17910542’Tis the season for romance, second chances, and Christmas cheer with this new novel from Debbie Macomber.

Carrie Slayton, a big-city society-page columnist, longs to write more serious news stories. So her editor hands her a challenge: She can cover any topic she wants, but only if she first scores the paper an interview with Finn Dalton, the notoriously reclusive author.

Living in the remote Alaskan wilderness, Finn has written a megabestselling memoir about surviving in the wild. But he stubbornly declines to speak to anyone in the press, and no one even knows exactly where he lives.

Digging deep into Finn’s past, Carrie develops a theory on his whereabouts. It is the holidays, but her career is at stake, so she forsakes her family celebrations and flies out to snowy Alaska. When she finally finds Finn, she discovers a man both more charismatic and more stubborn than she even expected. And soon she is torn between pursuing the story of a lifetime and following her heart.

Filled with all the comforts and joys of Christmastime, Starry Night is a delightful novel of finding happiness in the most surprising places.

Snowmen at Play by Caralyn Buehner

Snowmen at Play is a fun activity book based around the favorite picture book Snowmen at Night. This would be a great book to have over Thanksgiving to help keep the kids occupied, having fun, and getting ready for the next big holiday and the fun that winter brings.”

Snowmen at PlayIn case you didn’t know, snowmen work hard while the world is asleep–but they play hard, too!

The cool, lovable Snowmen are back in this brand-new sticker activity book, packed with fun things to make and do. Readers can help the Snowmen sit differences, make their way through mazes, create doodles, finish sticker puzzles, and much more. This bright, busy, book will spark imaginations and creativity and is perfect for holiday vacations.

The First Christmas Night by Keith Christopher

“This book has absolutely gorgeous illustrations. With a fun rhyming scheme and not too many words to a page, The First Christmas Night is a great book to start a yearly tradition with.”

A lyrical retelling of the birth of Christ modeled after ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas.’

Here is a beautiful retelling of the birth of Jesus on that joyous night in Bethlehem so long ago. The poem begins with the arrival of Mary and Joseph in Bethlehem through Christ’s birth, the angels’ appearance to the shepherds, and the visit by the Wise Men. The simple, yet elegant, verses will appeal to little ones and are accompanied by the rich oil illustrations of Christine Kornacki. Ages 4-8.

The Christmas Story by Patricia A. Pingry

“This cute, little board book is great as a stocking-stuffer or a little gift to get your kids in the Christmas spirit. Fun pictures, and not too many words per page, this is a great story especially for young children.”

1561287From the back of the book: This little book, in only about 200 words, tells the story of the trip to Bethlehem, the birth of Christ, and the angels’ announcement to the shepherds of the birth of the Savior. Parents can use this book to introduce young children to Jesus and the concept of the miraculous birth of the Son of God.

**Our selection of Christmas product for this department is not limited to what you see on this post. To see the full glory of our Christmas displays, please come visit us, Monday-Saturday, 10-8! Also, feel free to give us a call at (435) 752-3055!**