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The Uproar in Bethlehem

Michal Hudak

The Uproar in Bethlehem
The Uproar in Bethlehem

ISBN: 9780814627747, 2774

Details: 24 pgs, 8 1/4 x 10 1/4
Publication Date: 09/01/2001
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The story of Jesus' birth is charmingly retold in Michal Hudak's The Uproar in Bethlehem. Following Little Figge, the sheep, and the rest of the flock into Bethlehem, children of all ages will feel the excitement and commotion of the times.

As Little Figge and his friends arrive in Bethlehem to register with their shepherd, they cause an uproar in the middle of Bethlehem. The unintentional havoc is happily resolved as it eventually leads them to the stable where Joseph, Mary, and baby Jesus are staying.

Perfect for children ages 3-9, The Uproar in Bethlehem has full-color illustrations that will captivate young minds as they are drawn in to the exciting story of Jesus' birth as experienced by Little Figge.

Michal Hudak is from Sweden and has written and illustrated several other children's books including The Shepherd and the 100 Sheep published by The Liturgical Press.

ISBN: 9780814627747, 2774

Details: 24 pgs, 8 1/4 x 10 1/4
Publication Date: 09/01/2001