Saturday, October 28, 2017

Christmas Book | Little Lamb

Hello and happy Saturday! I've been working on my Christmas list and realized the other day that I shared this fun find with my Instagram followers but haven't yet shared it here...Christmas is just around the corner...and I have a fun gift idea!  I was going to say that it was perfect for little ones (and it is), but the adults I've shared this with have all loved it as well!

 Little Lamb from Bethlehem is a boxed set with a beautifully illustrated book 

sharing the Christmas story from the perspective of a little lamb (the traditional version of the Christmas story is also included along with Little Lamb's version). The cutest plush lamb is included in the set.

The lamb that comes along with the book is oh so soft and sweet!  This fun set makes a perfect gift or addition to your family's library.  Additionally, at the end of the book is a whole list of ways to bring the Christmas Spirit into the life of your family.  There are service ideas along with ideas for things you can do in your own home throughout the season!

Little Lamb from Bethlehem is available here.

Have a great rest of the weekend!

Thanks so much for stopping by!


Rosemary B❤️ said...

I love this book!! and the Lambie too. Oh gosh. I would love to get one set for each of my grand babygirls right now. Thank you for sharing this

Ann Witten said...

What a cute book and lamb! My family’s favorite Christmas book is called “The Legend of Mistletoe and the Christmas Kittens” written by Joe Troiano. Chelsi might recognize him if she has the Spookly the Square Pumpkin books. The story is about a cat colored red and green with a peppermint striped tail who never finds a home or love. Then, on Christmas Eve, he finds three lost kittens and trudges out into the winter storm to find them a home. It’s a great allegory to the Wise Men’s journey and the acts of kindness, love, and giving. Google “Holiday Hill Farm” and you will get to their website where you can find all their books. They are awesome- each one has is a different holiday but they all have wonderful central meanings of love and kindness.
-Ann :)

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