A Savior is Born by Patti Rokus

Crack open this unique holiday book and discover how an entire story can be told using simple, nature-filled artwork!

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I kind of subscribe to the view that one can never have to many holiday books (although the flimsy shelf I keep them on would disagree!), but even if you choose to keep your holiday book collection at a more minimalist level, this ingenious new book is one you'll definitely want to include:

I just can't get over the creativity of some people -- I never would have dreamed of arranging a rock collection (and oh, do we have a rock collection in this house!) to tell any story -- let alone a story as important as Christmas!

This clever book certainly makes our nature-loving family happy as author and rock-genius Patti Rokus uses majestic rock art and simple, biblically-based text to present the miracle of Christmas to her readers.

Not only will this book inspire a special connection to God's creation throughout its pages, but it might just also inspire young readers to look for other items in nature that can be used to illustrate stories!

It is sure to become a family favorite and one whose story will reach even the littlest readers who can merely savor its pictures.

Grab your own copy here and enjoy sharing its unique pages for Christmases to come!

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Would you have ever thought of using rocks to illustrate a book like this?  I'd love to hear!  Either leave a comment below or email me at lisahealy (at) outlook (dot) com.

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