Item description for Lift The Flap Nativity (Lift The Flap - Kregel) by Juliet David & Gemma Denham...
Overview Children can enjoy learning new things about the Christmas story in "Lift the Flap Nativity," with flaps to open on every page and surprises to discover behind every door.
With flaps to open on every page and surprises to discover, children can enjoy finding out new things about the Christmas story. Why does Mary look so surprised? Why is the innkeeper pointing? Why are Joseph and Mary so happy? Lift the flaps to find out
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Studio: Candle Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.32" Width: 7.36" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Sep 19, 2007
Publisher Kregel Publications
Series Lift The Flap - Kregel
ISBN 082547342X ISBN13 9780825473425
Availability 0 units.
More About Juliet David & Gemma Denham
Juliet Davidhas written many children s stories and Bible activity books, including the Paraclete Bible for Kids. Her other interests include painting, music, and travel to Israel and other Bible lands. David lives in London with her family. Helen Prolegraduated with a degree in Educational Media Design and became an in-house designer and illustrator for Egmont Publishing children s books. Since going freelance, has continued to work with Egmont books, as well as Ragdoll Productions, Oxford University Press, and others. Prole has another outlet for her love of creating little characters in her glass beadmaking business, ."
Juliet David currently resides in London.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Lift The Flap Nativity?
Your children will love this story Nov 9, 2007
Reviewed by Laura V. Hilton
Lift the Flap Nativity is a delightful retelling of the First Christmas. The story is very simply told, but it has several flaps on each page to lift, to show the angel Gabriel, the sheep, the baby Jesus, and other surprises.
I read the book to my five- and two-year-old as soon as I opened the package, and both my daughters loved the story and the pictures. My five-year-old liked the lift-the-flap parts better than the two-year-old, while the two-year-old was more interested in pointing at the colorful pictures and telling me what they were.
I thoroughly enjoyed this retelling of the Christmas story and recommend it. My only concern is that with the thin paper pages, some of the flaps might be easy to rip off. But after rereading the book several times, so far they are staying intact.
Armchair Interviews says: A wonderful way to involve children in this story.