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Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Book Review ~ 'Twas the Year Christ Left Christmas by Lindsay Bonilla

Title: Twas the Year Christ Left Christmas


Author: Lindsay Bonilla

Illustrator: Alexander Morris

Soft cover: 22 pages

Publisher: Guardian Angel Publishing, Inc. / December 2010

ISBN-13: 978-1-61633-128-3

E-book ISBN: 978-1-61633-129-0

The true meaning of Christmas and the wonder of the Messiah, Jesus can be lost in the hustle and bustle of the season. Do not succumb any longer. Take time from the preparations and reflect with the children in your life the importance of the day is in rejoicing the birth of Jesus Christ. For without God’s love nothing would be possible.

Come along on this heartfelt journey of finding one’s spiritual guidance through the awe inspiring rhyme of Lindsay Bonilla and thought provoking illustrations of Alexander Morris. Twas the Year Christ Left Christmas is sure to become religious school reading in years to come.
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Best wishes,
Donna M. McDine
Award-winning Children's Author
The Golden Pathway ~ August 2010 ~ Guardian Angel Publishing, Inc.
http://www.guardianangelpublishing.com/pathway.htm

3 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing your book review. I'm adding this book to my TBR book list.

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  2. Sounds like a wonderful story. Thanks for telling us about it.

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  3. You'll have a blast promoting this at Christmas, but you can promote by doing a Christmas in April, August and whenever else. Also you can push the "spirit of Christmas throughout the year." On your website or blog make a tip sheet with ways to do that. Sorry, I can't resist throwing marketing ideas at authors.
    Blessings,
    J. Aday Kennedy
    The Differently-Abled Writer & Speaker

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