2015 HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE – Countdown to Christmas: 24 Days of the Jesse Tree Tradition

by Valerie, Mom Knows It All

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Countdown to Christmas: 24 Days of the Jesse Tree Tradition

Countdown to Christmas: 24 Days of the Jesse Tree Tradition

  • By Theresa Seidlitz & Marguerite Hartill
  • Illustrated by Katia Lara
  • Paperback: 72 pages
  • Publisher: Canter Press; 1st edition (2013)
  • ISBN-10: 0985243961

You can purchase this book on Amazon, it’s retail price is $19.99.

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Night by night, children learn that Jesus had a family just like they do. This beautifully illustrated book will establish a family holiday tradition in your household and help your family connect the people in the Bible to Jesus. Begin your countdown to Christmas with a small 2′ – 3′ high tree in your home and read one story every night in the days before Christmas. After each story, hang an ornament to remember the biblical figures, starting with Adam and Eve and ending with Jesus. Includes a complete set of full-color ornaments.

This book is a wonderful addition to your Christian family traditions for Christmas! It would make a great gift to use for years to come. You begin on December 1st, reading a short Bible story from the book each night. At the end of the book, there are Christmas tree ornaments to hang on your tree, to remind you of the story. Christmas eve you finish with the story of Jesus’ birth.  This book will be a beautiful and meaningful gift for one of my grand daughters! I really love the idea of building the Jesse Tree tradition in our families.

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pat.navymom December 4, 2015 - 11:57 am

Lovely way to end a day and begin a lifetime habit–reading.

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