Teri Marcos tells the biblical story of Jesus’ birth and the first Christmas using simple rhyme in her new children’s book, "Bethlehem’s Gift".
Chino, CA (PRWEB) November 15, 2013
Teri Marcos tells the biblical story of Jesus’ birth and the first Christmas using simple rhyme in her new children’s book, “Bethlehem’s Gift” (published by WestBow Press).
“‘Bethlehem’s Gift’ is a book about the very first Christmas, when God sent His abundant love gift to His beautiful creation, in the form of His Son, just a babe in the manger,” says Marcos. “It is a story foretold by the prophets of the Old Testament, set in the desert, under a glorious night sky filled with stars.”
Ideal for Christian parents who want to share the story of the first Christmas with their children, “Bethlehem’s Gift” uses simple, rhyming text that is easy to memorize and filled with meaningful images. Marcos stays faithful to the biblical account, bringing it to a new audience in this book celebrating God’s gift of Jesus to the world.
An excerpt from “Bethlehem’s Gift”:
“The angels rejoiced and drew shepherds afar
as three kings made their way toward that brilliant night star.”
By Teri Marcos
Softcover | 8.5 x 11 in | 24 pages | ISBN 9781490809014
E-Book | ISBN 9781490809007
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Teri Marcos joined the faculty of Azusa Pacific University in 2000, where she is currently a professor. Prior to her appointment at APU, she taught seventh and eighth grade world cultures and geography and American history for 20 years and served as an eighth grade assistant principal. Marcos and her husband, Joe, reside in Chino, Calif., and have two children, who are both teachers, and two grandchildren.
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