Candy Canes in Bethlehem
34 Pages

Candy Canes in Bethlehem



Unwrap the gifts of tradition and celebration from cultures around the globe in this illustrated Christmas storybook as Daniel discovers the true meaning behind Christmas’ piñatas, pickles, kangaroos, gingerbread houses, stockings, and candy canes—the birth of Jesus Christ! Brightly-colored, brushstroke illustrations adorn this festive, hardcover book. A great read aloud for children ages 6-8 to help them learn about the religious meanings of secular symbols in the Christmas season—at home or in the classroom.



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Published 15 November 2012
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EAN13 9781457176159
Language English
Document size 72 MB

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Written by Miriam Van Scott
Illustrated by Traci Van Wagoner
Written by Miriam Van Scott
Illustrated by Traci Van Wagoner
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Van Scott, Miriam.  Candy canes in Bethlehem / written by Miriam Van Scott ; illustrated by Traci Van Wagoner.  p. cm.  Summary: While helping to set up the nativity scene in the parish hall, Daniel learns about Christmas traditions around the world.  ISBN-13: 978-0-8198-1606-1  ISBN-10: 0-8198-1606-X  1. Jesus Christ--Nativity--Juvenile fiction. [1. Jesus Christ--Nativity--Fiction. 2. Christmas-- Fiction.] I. Van Wagoner, Traci, ill. II. Title.  PZ7.V3554Can 2012  [E]--dc23  2011050575
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Copyright © 2012, Miriam Van Scott
Published by Pauline Books & Media, 50 Saint Pauls Avenue, Boston, MA 02130-3491
Printed in the U.S.A.
CCIB VSAUSAPEOILL3-15J12-02262 1606-X
Pauline Books & Media is the publishing house of the Daughters of St. Paul, an international congregation of women religious serving the Church with the communications media.
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