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Library : Book Reviews > Come and See...

Come and See, A Christmas Story
By Monica Mayper
Illustrated by Stacey Schuett

Review by: Yvonne Gaudet

     The traditional Christmas story is told for little ones in this beautiful book written by Monica Mayper. "Come and See" is the story about the baby Jesus, born in a stable on Christmas day. The angels come to the Shepards and their flocks and sing "Come and See". The Shepards travel down the rocky road which is being lit for them by the Christmas star. They enter into town and being knocking on the villagers doors. "Come and See" they spread the news. The Shepards and their flocks, and the villagers travel to the innkeepers stable to see a new baby laying in the hay. The baby is being kept warm from the breathe of the oxen, as his mother watches over him. Then when the baby sleeps the townsfolk, their children, the Shepards, and their flocks, Quietly exit the stable and leave gifts of milk, bread, and wine, for the new family. Then they celebrate with joy and feasting for the miracle they have seen. "Townsfolk, strangers, children, and Shepards come dance, come dance." This is a great book for anyone who believes in the Christmas story. The pictures are rich in color, vibrant and bold. Simply a beautiful book to share with your little ones this Christmas season! I recommend this book for children ages 0-6. It averages eight words per page and is somewhat repetitive and would therefore be a great beginning reader for children who are trying to read themselves. Enjoy this one!

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