A Pop-Up Advent Calendar with Booklet

Publisher: Ignatius Press

This brightly illustrated Advent calendar changes day by day into a multi-dimensional Nativity scene. Beginning the first of December and continuing through the big feasts of the Christmas Season, children can open a window each day to reveal a new detail or a new character of the Nativity scene. A small booklet accompanies the calendar, providing the family with instructions, Scripture quotes, meditations and prayers. On each page is something to inspire all the members of the family.

About Maite Roche

For more than twenty years, Maïte Roche has written and illustrated numerous spiritual and religious books for children. Her works are extremely popular in her native France, where she is considered an expert at introducing the Catholic faith to the very young.

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Paperback 9781586176587 1586176587 2011-10-01 47 0.00 x 0.00 x 0.00 in $10.99

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