The Midnight Visitors
This children's book would make a sweet Christmas gift! Or add it to your family's library and bring it out specifically for Christmas time every year. Your young ones will be delighted by the colorful, adorable illustrations and the childlike story within.
The story is from the make-believe perspective of a cow named Miriam who lives in the barn in which Jesus was born. She at first reluctantly and then more willingingly allows a variety of animals into the barn to escape the cold winter weather. Finally, Joseph and Mary arrive and the baby Jesus is born. The shepherds come worship the newborn Saviour and Miriam is in awe that she is blessed by the honor of sharing the abode with Him.
Personally, this kind of book is too fictitious for me I but I can't deny that the pictures are really sweet and children will be delighted by it.
I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my review.
More about the book:
Miriam was glad to be warm and cozy. There were so many people in the town but it was nice and peaceful inside her cowshed. Little did she know that she would soon be joined by Midnight Visitors . . . and not just any old visitors!
Snuggle up and enjoy the warm, soft feel the art and narrative bring to this delightful Christmas picture book with a difference.