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The Christmas Star: With Play-Along Pop-In Piece (Play Along Pop in Piece…

by Su Box

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0745961207, Board book)

The Christmas star has a very important job to do. High in the sky, it must help lead the wise men and the shepherds to the manger—and to a special surprise! This short and simple retelling of the Nativity story features a die-cut star that young readers can place right into the story on each new page.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:25:27 -0400)

Follow the Christmas star through the pages of this book to learn the nativity story. The die-cut star is attached to the book by a ribbon, and the reader pops the figure into the space provided on each spread.

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