This is the Christmas story retold from the viewpoint of a little lamb who was present at the birth of the Baby Jesus.
It's a sweet little story, but not that great. Kind of boring for my 5 year old and 3 year old.OK for older kids I am sure. I'll keep it so my kids will enjoy it when they have grown a couple years or so.
This is one of my favorite books. It is a children's book but I love it. This poor orphaned crippled lamb can not even go to pasture but it's feelings are hurt. The other lambs are mean to it. It's only friend is an old cow named Abigail. But when Jesus is born he is cold so the little crippled lamb has the honor of laying against Jesus and keeping him one. It pulls on on your heartstrings.
Wonderful illustrations, beautiful book.
Because Joshua, the black and white spotted lamb, who limped along with a crippled leg was different, he often felt left out. Yet God had a very special plan for his life, as He does for all who feel alone. Joshua not only witnessed the greatest event in history, he was able to give the newborn King the one thing He needed most.
Lucado was joined by his 3 daughters to write his most touching children's story yet.