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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0806633301, Paperback)

This enchanting Christmas carol tells the story of Jesus' birth from the animals' point of view! Children will love to hear or sing ...

Jesus our brother, kind and good, Humbly was born in a stable of wood, And the friendly beasts around him stood, Jesus our brother, kind and good.

As brought to life by the whimsical hand of award-winning illustrator John Blumen, each of the delightful animals wants to serve the Baby with his or her own special gifts.

"I" said the cow, all white and red, "Gave him my manger for his bed, And offered my hay to pillow his head, "I", said the cow, all white and red.

Parents will appreciate both the introduction and the family activity page, which suggest ways to make the story even more meaningful to young children's celebration of Christmas.

The book includes the thirteenth-century French carol melody line and complete lyrics to 11 verses.

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