|Article first published as Book Review: A Christmas Prayer by Amy Parker on Blogcritics.|
We live in a world that is so obsessed with material things. Christmas has become a way for merchants to make a small fortune instead of it being the celebration of Christ’s birth. It is not unusual for parents to spend thousands of dollars in gifts so they can keep up with the status quo.
Are you looking for a book that can teach your young ones about the true meaning of the spirit of Christmas? Are you worried you may not have enough money to lavish your child with expensive gifts Christmas 2010? If you answered yes to either question, you will enjoy reading Amy Parker’s A Christmas Prayer with your child.
A Christmas Prayer takes a fresh look at what Christmas is all about. Instead of asking for toys, a little girl acts out the story of the Nativity. She ends with thanking God for his most precious gift of all, Jesus Christ the Savior of mankind.
This story will warm the coldest of hearts. Every mom will take delight reading this book to their children. The soft detailed illustrations by world renowned illustrator, Marijan Ramljak, brings the story to life.
A big thank you to Thomas Nelson Publishers for providing me with a free copy for review