The Consequences of the Curious Snake’s Decision

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New book tells an endearing tale about a curious young snake who embarks on a journey to discover what Christmas is all about

What is Christmas all about?

Snakes are very disdained by people, for it was the first snake that caused Adam and Eve to disobey The Creator. Snakes are therefore blamed for all the troubles of the world. Author Agatha Shirley explores a new perspective on this as she shares the engaging story of the Curious Snake’s Decision.

There once lived a brood of snakes near a Christmas tree farm. Each year around Christmas, the adult snakes would hold a conference to discuss the importance of preventing accidents and even the loss of lives. The younger ones were told not to leave the brood or wander around unaccompanied by an adult. One curious little snake asked the adults “What is Christmas all about?” The explanation that the adult snakes gave really fascinated Curious Snake that he embarked on an exciting journey to experience the true Christmas celebration.

Curious Snake’s Decision is a simple yet endearing story with a moral. It reminds people that each one is responsible for the decisions and actions he takes. The little Curious Snake disobeyed his parents and had to suffer the consequences of his decisions. The author also shares that all creations of God have a role to play including snakes. Though one stumbles and makes a mistake, God forgives and offers a chance for a new beginning.

Curious Snake’s Decision will be featured in the 2010 American Library Association Annual Book Exhibit in Washington, DC, which will run June 25-28, 2010. For more information, log on to

Curious Snake’s Decision * by Agatha Shirley
Publication Date: September 15, 2009
Picture Book; $15.99; 24 pages; 978-1-4415-7146-5

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