The Silent Noisy Night

Silent night, holy night
All is calm, all is bright

We can agree that when babies are sleeping, it can be nice and peaceful. We talk in whispered voices and walk quietly so the baby doesn’t wake. But we can also agree that a newborn’s arrival is a cause for celebration. Family and friends call to give their blessings and requests to come for a visit or to bring a meal. There are parties and gifts. There was sure to have been a party in the manger that night that Jesus our Savior was born!

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*The Silent Noisy Night

Released: October 15, 2018
Publisher: B&H Kids

Page Count: 24
Ages: 2-4 years

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Thoughts from Emily (age 9)

What is it about: It’s about how it probably wouldn’t have been a silent night when Jesus was born. It was probably noisy.
Like: I liked all the adjectives and verbs that helped me to “hear” and “see” what was happening.
Recommend: I would recommend this to younger children during Christmas and winter time.

One More Thought from Emily’s Mom:

I love that these books have a “B&H KIDS Parent Connection Download” that you can get when you visit the link in the book. It is a one-page printable to help kids and parents “Remember, Read, Think” about what they read.

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