Monday, December 10, 2012

One Wintry Night {Review & #Giveaway}

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We love Christmas around here and I'm so excited that Moriah is understanding a little more this year!  I can't wait for her to truly grasp the meaning of the season....Jesus!

I had the opportunity to review One Wintry Night by Ruth Bell Graham a couple of weeks ago and it's definitely one that will be pulled out every Christmas season!


Since Moriah is only (almost) two, it was a little lengthy for her to sit all the way through.  However, the meaning of the book is something that I feel is very important so we continue to read a little bit at a time!

Here's what Thomas Nelson has to say about this wonderful resource:
One Wintry Night—A snowy night, a warm cabin, and a boy who hears the Christmas story told for the first time—beginning with Creation and ending with the Resurrection. 
*ages 4-7
*Beloved story from the late Ruth Bell Graham with dramatic and timeless art
*New foreword from Billy Graham
You can also view a few pages of the book here!

Today, one reader will win a copy of One Wintry Night just in time for Christmas!  To enter, use the Rafflecopter form below!



a Rafflecopter giveaway


Thomas Nelson provided a copy of One Wintry Night for me to review and keep.  All opinions are my own. Affiliate links included!
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21 comments:

  1. My kids love to hear me read How the Grinch Stold Christmas.

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  2. My kids love Twas the Night Before Christmas

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  3. Hi - Just linked up via the Naptime Review hop! Loving the giveaway on your blog! If you get a moment, pay me a visit over on my blog:

    http://www.afabtail.com

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  4. We read One Wintry Night every year! Such an amazing book. The illustrations are fantastic & the message is the true message of Christmas. It has really helped our kids understand why we even celebrate Christmas. It is all about Jesus!

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  5. My family loves A Charlie Brown Christmas.

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  6. On Christmas Eve everyone chooses a book and we take turns reading them out loud. My children are now 21, 16, 16, 14, and 10 and we still do this. I love it! We will have to check out Ruth Bell Graham's book. I really enjoy her. I lost my wordpress.com followers when I switched web host this week. If you were following me and did not get the updated post today, please follow me again. I would be grateful! Thanks and Many Blessings!! Diane Roark www.recipesforourdailybread.com

    You really do have an encouraging blog! I enjoy getting your e-mail updates and reading your encouraging stories. Blessings, Diane Roark

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  7. My kids look forward to my reading the Christmas story from the Bible using our Nativity Scene and a clear star ornament with a flashlight making it shine bright on Christmas Eve :-).
    Sarah Mair
    ninemoreweeks at yahoo dotcom

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  8. My son loves reading A Christmas Carole.

    KellysShining(at)gmail(dot)com

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  9. My children used to like me to read "Twas The Night Before Christmas" on Christmas Eve..Then On Christmas Day I would Read to them About the Birth Of Jesus.. God Bless~~

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  10. Actually this is one of them! But another is the story of the candy cane :)

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  11. we have an old book full of small stories and poems we read all through december at bedtimes :)

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  12. This is our son's first Chistmas! Excited to start new traditions for him!

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  13. Polar Express and The night before Christmas. But this year we have started doing 1 new book a night.

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  14. Just letting you know I'm sending folks over here for you giveaway off of my review of One Wintry Night:)

    God Bless,
    Michelle
    http://michellegills.blogspot.com

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  15. A night before Christmas. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  16. They love The Christmas Story
    marypopmom (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  17. my daughter's favorite christmas story is the story of Jesus in Luke 2. this gives the true meaning of Christmas

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  18. A book I read each Christmas and now read to my boys is the fun little children's book Mr Willowby's Christmas Tree.


    missylovsjesus at yahoo dot com

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  19. Hey Christie,

    Thanks for the giveaway of the One Wintry Night book. I know that moms everywhere are so busy this time of year, and it a challenge to find affordable and meaningful gifts. I love the One Wintry Night book because I worked with Ruth Bell Graham on the book. I was the illustrator. So much love and prayer went into the book and I hope your readers will have a chance to experience something that was near and dear to Ruth's and my heart.

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