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Tuesday, November 15, 2016

#TuesdayTreasures Away in a Manger by David B Biebel

Good Morning Friends!

Whew, been a busy weekend with Bayou Writers Conference, a wonderful event but I'm glad it's behind us.

Today's guest, David Biebel is new to the blog. I've known him for sometime through TWJ Magazine, but for some odd reason he's never visited us here before. 

Anyway, he's here with a brand new book I just know is something to treasure!

Once upon a time, a lamb and his mommy were selected to participate in a live Nativity Scene sponsored by a local church in Colorado. The Christmas story is retold, replete with full-color original artwork, through the very inquisitive lamb’s questions and his mother’s replies.

In Away in a Manger, pertinent gospel passages are shared by a narrating pastor, with a salvation emphasis at the end. The ewe explains who the various characters are and what their roles were in Bethlehem long ago. You will find this mini-novel to be a new and refreshing perspective on the true meaning of Christmas, designed for Christian parents to read and discuss with their children during the Christmas season.

To order from the publisher, with free shipping & no tax: http://bit.ly/2dbHksk. Printed book and all eBooks available in all versions. Inquire re. the type you need. To order from Amazon.com, with printed book and eBook available (Kindle only): http://amzn.to/2dUGTCI. Check out Kindle “matchbook” pricing: $11.99 for book; $1.99 for Kindle.

What folks are saying about Away in a Manger....
"Not your ordinary Christmas book, but an extraordinary Christmas story that adults and children will enjoy! The child-like perspective of Ransom, the inquisitive lamb in a live nativity scene, draws you in, asking profound questions that a child might ask if he or she had been there in person, in Bethlehem, long ago. The story naturally flows into a salvation invitation and prayer. Adults should first read this book and then give it as a gift with a personal inscription to each and every child they can think of this Christmas." ~ Monte Swan (author of Romancing Your Child’s Heart, its Vision & Strategy Manual, and The Secret of Singing Springs
Sure sounds like a book children of all ages will treasure.
About the author: Dr. David Biebel is a minister, editor, and publisher, having founded Healthy Life Press in 1998. He has authored or coauthored twenty books, including this one, which he says has been gestating in his mind for about three years. He has also written or co-written: If God is So Good, Why Do I Hurt so Bad?, Jonathan, You Left Too Soon, Making God Visible, New Light on Depression, and Finding Your Way after the Suicide of Someone You Love.
Healthy Life Press was founded with a primary goal of helping previously unpublished authors to get their works to market, and to reissue worthy, previously published works that were no longer available. Our mission is to help people toward optimal vitality by providing resources promoting physical, emotional, spiritual, and relational health as viewed from a Christian perspective.

We are a collaborative and cooperative (subsidy) Christian small publisher. We share costs; we share proceeds. Fulfill your dream— publish your book with us. For information about publishing with us, e-mail: info@healthylifepress.com.
I hope you enjoyed today's post and that you'll check back weekly for Tuesday Treasures, Thursday Thoughts and Saturday Spotlight.
Leave a comment and you'll be entered in a drawing for 1 pdf copy of Away in a Manger!
Until next time, take care and God Bless.


Maureen said...

Sounds like a lovely children's book! Good luck with your release.

Susan Coryell said...

With 7 grand children, I am always looking for good kiddie lit. This looks like a rich and rewarding read. Best wishes.

Jacqueline Seewald said...

I've found children's books to be the most difficult thing to get published. So specials congrats are in order!

marilyn leach said...

The Christmas Story never grows old. I love that you're telling the story from the sheep's perspective. It adds a fresh point of view. I pray it blesses the readers tremendously. Cheers

Alicia Dean said...

What a unique idea. Love it! Precious.

Juanita Aydlette said...

Great idea!