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The Stable Cat's Christmas Book Review and Giveaway







This beautifully illustrated book teaches us that everyone has a gift they can give to the newborn King, no matter their size or stature.

One cold night in Bethlehem, this sweet cat returns to her stables and see that a baby has been born there in the night.  All of the animals surrounding the cat tell her about the gifts they have given to the Christ Child, and this makes the cat sad that she is too little to give a gift to the baby Jesus.  When the stable cat sees the baby shivering in the manger, she leaps into his manger to comfort him and realizes that she can give him the greatest gift of all, herself.

This is truly a beautiful story that can become a traditional Christmas story with your family.


Enter to win a copy of this book  below.






Book Specs
Publication Date: October 3, 2017
Author/Illustrator: Christina S. Vrba/Gail Yerrill
Price: $16.99
Format: Jacketed hardcover
Page Count: 32
Ages: 4–7

Author Biography
Christina S. Vrba lives and works in northwestern Connecticut. When not spinning tales, Christina loves poking about in comic book shops and the children’s sections of bookstores, spending time with her husband and son, and caring for her personal menagerie of creatures, including dogs, cats, gerbils, and two much-loved goldfish.

Illustrator Biography
Gail Yerrill lives in a village in Bedfordshire, England with her husband, two children, and two very naughty-but-cute cats. After earning her degree in 1998, she became a freelance illustrator and designer of greeting cards and gift wrap for Marks & Spencers, and has also illustrated items for Harrods and the BBC among others. She has illustrated many books for well-known publishers, several of which are translated into many languages. Gail is known for her soft, whimsical style which is loved by children and adults alike.

Comments

  1. Hi Patty! Thanks for this wonderful giveaway. I would give this book to my friend's little girl. She loves books, cats, and to be read to as well. It's really nice to watch a very young child who loves books in this day and age of gadgetry!

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  2. I would love to give this to my young niece, Lily. She would love it.

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  3. D. PAUL
    I've been looking for sweet and meaningful Christmas books like this for my nephews. It's so important to teach the true meaning of Christmas and how we also can give of ourselves as a gift to others.

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  4. I would give this to my son and daughter to share. They would love it and I admit I would too.

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  5. I would give this book to my granddaughter!

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