by Christina Vrba, Gail Yerrill
One night in Bethlehem, a small, dust-colored cat returns to her stable to find that a Baby has been born in the night. As all the animals tell the cat about the gifts they gave the Christ Child, the cat sadly concludes that she is too little and powerless to give a gift to the King. But when the Baby shivers and the cat leaps into the manger to comfort him, she discovers that she can give the best gift of all—herself. This timeless Christmas book celebrates the fact that everyone has a gift they can give the King, no matter their size or stature. Enchanting illustrations and a heartfelt message make this book a Christmas keepsake that can be enjoyed year after year.
"The Stable Cat's Christmas" is a beautiful hardcover book that tells the story of a small cat who returns to the stable the night Jesus was born. What is unique about this story is how each of the animals in the story use their God give animal instincts to prepare for the King. It's a story for children of all ages to enjoy with beautiful illustrations. The pages are beautiful in this book and what is super neat or fun in the end is why Tabby cats have stripes. All and all, children of all ages will enjoy this fun story. It's a great story to remind your children they all have a gift to give to give the King and it's a great way to kick off the Christmas season by reminding them to prepare for the arrival of a king. I give this book 5/5 stars. Thank you to Worthy Publishing. A favorable review was not required.