Away in a Manger

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Zondervan, Oct 1, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
2 Reviews

A child, a manger, and a warm glow of light -- this classic image represents the real spirit of Christmas. And now this traditional scene is brought to life with all the luminous charm ofthe Kinkade style. Join the Thomas Kinkade Studios in celebrating one of the most recognizable Christmas songs, illustrated here with breathtaking beauty and aglow in the Kinkade light. With a sense of reverence and awe, these paintings connect the true meaning of Christmas to today's holiday season.

Away in a Manger is a book to treasure -- to read and enjoy with family and friends year after year.

  

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User Review  - Teri - Goodreads

Such a nice way for children to experience traditional Christmas music!!! These illustrations are beautiful. I can't rave enough about books to sing at Christmastime. Read full review

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User Review  - Cliftonfam - Goodreads

I thought it was great. The pictures are the best part. -- Peyton Read full review

About the author (2005)

Thomas Kinkade was born in Sacramento, California in 1958. He spent one summer on a sketching tour with a college friend and afterwards produced the instructional book, The Artist's Guide to Sketching. The book's success landed the two artists at Ralph Bakshi Studios to create background art for the animation feature, Fire and Ice. After the film, Kinkade began earning a living as a painter and is now one of America's most collected living artists. He has also written numerous books including Lightposts for Living and the Cape Light series.