Random House, IncGod Gave Us Christmas - Slightly Imperfect
Settle in to another heartwarming story about the polar bear family from the author who brought you God Gave Us You, and God Gave Us Two! This time, the bears are getting ready to celebrate the most special day of the year: Christmas. In this enchanting picture book, you can help young children celebrate the true meaning of Christmas, and it offers the perfect opportunity for little ones to discover the awesome truth of how much God loves them.
In the midst of all the Christmas preparations, curious Little Cub asks one day, "Who invented Christmas?" Mama's answer only leads to more questions, like: "Is God more important than Santa?" So Mama decides to take Little Cub on an expedition to discover how God gave them Christmas. As their journey unfolds, the pair finds signs that God is at work all around them. Mama's gentle guidance helps Little Cub discover that Jesus is the best present of all! Recommended for ages 4 to 8.
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This is a great story for preschoolers.
Date:January 30, 2011
This is a wonderful book for preschoolers asking about "Who gave us Christmas?" The pictures are wonderful they give you a sense of being in the wilds of the Arctic. When I read this to children they could relate to little cub and trying to understand about God and how it relates to Christmas. Each picture give the children a wonder of nature and ends with the real and true meaning of Christmas. When little cub sees the Northen lights she is surprized by it's beauty. As they continue their walk to see the fall of the ice into the ocean with a loud roar. Then to see the changing color star in the sky at night as Mother Polar Bear tells of the star that brought forth the Son of God, Jesus. I really love reading this story to young children and I recommend it to families to talk about the importance of Christmas.