The Little Boy's Christmas Gift

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The Little Boy's Christmas Gift ⚦ [PDF] ✎ The Little Boy's Christmas Gift By John Speirs ✶ – Polishdarling.co.uk A gift from the heart isprecious than one from the purse is the theme of this gorgeously illustrated book about the first Christmas Accumulative text makes it fun to read aloud A gift from Boy's Christmas Kindle Ñ the heart isprecious than one from the purse is the theme of this gorgeously illustrated book about the first Christmas Accumulative text makes it fun to read aloud.


10 thoughts on “The Little Boy's Christmas Gift

  1. Lorraine Lorraine says:

    Stunning and masterful illustrations by Speirs were inspired by the 15th 16th centuries Northern Europe masters, absolutely breathtaking I have a hard time assigning this book to the children s genre, by doing so, I feel so many adults will be missing 32 pages of brilliant art and a lovely holiday story as well Stunning and masterful illustrations by Speirs were inspired by the 15th 16th centuries Northern Europe masters, absolutely breathtaking I have a hard time assigning this book to the children s genre, by doing so, I feel so many adults will be missing 32 pages of brilliant art and a lovely holiday story as well


  2. Amy Amy says:

    The pictures which the author says were inspired by Jan Van Eyck and other great Renaissance masters are exquisite The story, however, is uninspired and monotonous, about a boy who follows the Magi to Bethlehem and gives Christ a Christmas tree covered with the remnants of the gifts the many other visitors to the stable brought I thought I might want to add it to my Christmas book collection, but I ll pass.


  3. Zoe Zoe says:

    A work of art, the author admits this book came about from his lifetime of studying Renaissance paintings and the Italian masters The subject matter is kind, but not so touching it s painful, as sometimes happens around chirstmas i.e muchpleasant than something like the littlest donkey The artwork is so beautiful I ll be tracking a few copies down onto give as gifts.


  4. Skylar Burris Skylar Burris says:

    Exquisite illustrations and a great use of building repetition I was a little disappointed in the ending, however, having expected the boy s gift to be somehow less beautiful butmeaningful The story adds to the tale of the three wise men visiting Jesus to bestow their gifts with a long line of other figures, picked up along the way, also trekking to the manager to offer their best.


  5. Beverly Beverly says:

    Nicely paced story in the style of a folktale Gorgeous mixed media paintings in the styles of old masters such as Jan van Eyck, Rogier van der Weyden and Pieter Brueghel the Elder And, like many Renaissance painters have done, the setting for the story is the Renaissance period, even though it is a Nativity story.


  6. Elizabeth Elizabeth says:

    Good story with exquisite illustrations I would definitely add this to any family s collection of Christmas books.


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10 thoughts on “The Little Boy's Christmas Gift

  1. Lorraine Lorraine says:

    Stunning and masterful illustrations by Speirs were inspired by the 15th 16th centuries Northern Europe masters, absolutely breathtaking I have a hard time assigning this book to the children s genre, by doing so, I feel so many adults will be missing 32 pages of brilliant art and a lovely holiday story as well Stunning and masterful illustrations by Speirs were inspired by the 15th 16th centuries Northern Europe masters, absolutely breathtaking I have a hard time assigning this book to the children s genre, by doing so, I feel so many adults will be missing 32 pages of brilliant art and a lovely holiday story as well


  2. Amy Amy says:

    The pictures which the author says were inspired by Jan Van Eyck and other great Renaissance masters are exquisite The story, however, is uninspired and monotonous, about a boy who follows the Magi to Bethlehem and gives Christ a Christmas tree covered with the remnants of the gifts the many other visitors to the stable brought I thought I might want to add it to my Christmas book collection, but I ll pass.


  3. Zoe Zoe says:

    A work of art, the author admits this book came about from his lifetime of studying Renaissance paintings and the Italian masters The subject matter is kind, but not so touching it s painful, as sometimes happens around chirstmas i.e muchpleasant than something like the littlest donkey The artwork is so beautiful I ll be tracking a few copies down onto give as gifts.


  4. Skylar Burris Skylar Burris says:

    Exquisite illustrations and a great use of building repetition I was a little disappointed in the ending, however, having expected the boy s gift to be somehow less beautiful butmeaningful The story adds to the tale of the three wise men visiting Jesus to bestow their gifts with a long line of other figures, picked up along the way, also trekking to the manager to offer their best.


  5. Beverly Beverly says:

    Nicely paced story in the style of a folktale Gorgeous mixed media paintings in the styles of old masters such as Jan van Eyck, Rogier van der Weyden and Pieter Brueghel the Elder And, like many Renaissance painters have done, the setting for the story is the Renaissance period, even though it is a Nativity story.


  6. Elizabeth Elizabeth says:

    Good story with exquisite illustrations I would definitely add this to any family s collection of Christmas books.


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