Houghton Mifflin Company Trade & Reference Division, Oct 1, 1999 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
"A short, simple celebration of the Nativity. Nancy Jewel's poem consists of ten lines, one per double-page spread set against oil paintings on wood panels. The result is a warm, inviting book that describes the small gift each animal takes to welcome Baby Jesus . . . A charming, lap-time book . . ."--"The Horn Book."
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Review: Christmas Lullaby PaUser Review - Meredith - Goodreads
In simple rhyme with beautiful illustrations done oil paints on wood, the role of the animals at the Nativity is told. The Christ Child is there in the manger, and the angels are trumpeting in the sky ... Read full review
Review: Christmas Lullaby PaUser Review - Valerie - Goodreads
Lovely pictures, I gave this one to all the nieces and nephews one year. Read full review