Let's put Christ back in Christmas. Christians celebrate Jesus' birthday on December 25 each year. We worship and celebrate Christ, not Santa Claus.
This coloring book tells the Christmas story about the birth of Jesus using words from A to Z mainly found in the Christmas story but also in the Bible. Hand signs from the American Sign Language representing A to Z are also included. This is a great way to teach your kids the letters of the alphabet.
This coloring book teaches the true meaning of Christmas and is the perfect gift for your own kids or to give to the kids in yours or your children's Sunday school class for Christmas. For those young people who go on mission trips, this coloring book can also be distributed on the mission field to introduce the story of Jesus' birth to those unfamiliar with it.
SPECIFICATIONS: Size 8.5 x 11 inches, glossy cover, and 90 pages including 39 pages of varying complexity to color. Sketch sheets are included at the back of each drawing to be colored. These could be used to draw, doodle, and/or sketch as needed and to minimize bleed-through from the use of markers. Some of the drawings include dashed lines to encourage kids to trace the outlines.
The actual Christmas story from the Bible that parents can read with their children can be found on pages 81-90 along with photographic illustrations.
Sometimes at Christmas, you hear the term "nativity" or "nativity scene". Nativity refers to a person's birth and, in the case of Jesus Christ, is often represented in a picture or drawing of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph in front of a manger.