There Was No Snow on Christmas Eve By Pamela Munoz Ryan

51oPw5SaxBL._SX374_BO1,204,203,200_Back of Book:
There was no snow on Christmas Eve. Instead, a desert zephyr blew And palm fronds sang a rustling tune To welcome the awaited birth. There was no snow, no fireplace, no need for woolen caps and gloves on that very first Christmas. Instead there was a humble stable, and weary travelers with light robes and sandals on a desert night. This luminous picture book manages to take the familiar story of the Nativity and make it fresh and immediate, reminding young children of the miracle of Christmas and the true nature of the spirit of the season, no matter what the weather.
My Review:
This is a touching story about the night that Christ was born. The book tells the tale of Christ’s birth in a touching and beautiful way. The text is written in a poetic way. Figurative Language is used in a stunning way. The book focuses on the desert landscape where Jesus was born. The illustrations are soft and warm. Readers can almost feel what it was like to be there during that night. This is one of my favorite books to read on Christmas Eve.
Ages 5 and up
32 Pages

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