The Advent Book
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|Author||Jack Stockman; Kathy Stockman|
|EAN List||EAN List Element: 9780615210001|
|Edition||The Heirloom Edition|
|Number Of Pages||35|
|Package Dimensions||Height: 130; Length: 1190; Weight: 345; Width: 920|
|Product Type Name||BOOKS_1973_AND_LATER|
|Title||The Advent Book|
Families will love this exquisitely designed and beautifully illustrated keepsake, created to help them focus on the real meaning of Christmas. There are 25 pages--one for each day of Advent--that feature a door that actually opens. And behind each door is an appropriate picture and a part of the Christmas story with simple text that even the youngest can understand. Now in an Heirloom Edition featuring gilt edged pages, cloth binding, debossed gold stamping and ribbon closure, this popular book is an even more attractive complement to any family's Advent observance. With its fine artistry and fresh approach, it's sure to become a centerpiece of the holiday tradition in many households. (This book was formerly published by Crossway Books.)
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