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The King's Christmas List

eBook|Oct 2010
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Emma couldn't wait to go to the King's birthday party, but what should she bring? Emma couldn't wait to go to the King's birthday party, but what should she bring? Emma and her little dog Shu-Shu were thrilled...


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Emma couldn't wait to go to the King's birthday party, but what should she bring?
Emma couldn't wait to go to the King's birthday party, but what should she bring?


Emma and her little dog Shu-Shu were thrilled to be invited to the King's birthday party. But what do you get a King for his birthday? Emma and Shu-Shu have no gift, but they bring the Christmas cake they made with Mom and put on their Sunday best as they dash to the King's carriage. And of course, Emma couldn't go anywhere without her beloved Cherry-Bear. On the way, they have encounters that lead them to bestow their cake, winter-cape, and even Cherry-Bear, on others. Now they're chilly, rumpled, and empty-handed-what will the King think? Emma frets, but when they finally meet the King at his palace, they discover they gave the King exactly what he wanted.


Children and parents will be reminded of the true meaning of Christmas, and that the greatest gifts we can offer to the Savior are gifts to the least of his brothers and sisters (based on Matthew 25:40). Families will be able to go online and be directed to notable charities to give their own gift to the King.


Children and parents will be reminded of the true meaning of Christmas, and that the greatest gifts we can offer to the Savior are gifts to the least of his brothers and sisters (based on Matthew 25:40). Families will be able to go online and be directed to notable charities to give their own gift to the King.

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Emma couldn't wait to go to the King's birthday party, but what should she bring?

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Emma and her little dog Shu-Shu were thrilled to be invited to the King's birthday party. But what do you get a King for his birthday???Emma and Shu-Shu??have no gift, but they bring the Christmas cake they made with Mom and put on their Sunday best as they dash to the King's carriage.?? And of course, Emma couldn't go anywhere without her beloved Cherry-Bear.?? On the way, they have encounters that lead them to bestow their cake, winter-cape, and even Cherry-Bear, on others. Now they're chilly, rumpled, and empty-handed-what will the King think? Emma frets, but when they finally meet the King at his palace, they discover they gave the King exactly what he wanted.

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Children and parents will be reminded of the true meaning of Christmas, and that the greatest gifts we can offer to the Savior are gifts to the least of his brothers and sisters (based on Matthew 25:40). Families will be able to go online and be directed to notable charities to give their own gift to the King.

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Children and parents will be reminded of the true meaning of Christmas, and that the greatest gifts we can offer to the Savior are gifts to the least of his brothers and sisters (based on Matthew 25:40). Families will be able to go online and be directed to notable charities to give their own gift to the King.

Emma couldn't wait to go to the King's birthday party, but what should she bring? ^
Emma couldn't wait to go to the King's birthday party, but what should she bring?

^
Emma and her little dog Shu-Shu were thrilled to be invited to the King's birthday party. But what do you get a King for his birthday???Emma and Shu-Shu??have no gift, but they bring the Christmas cake they made with Mom and put on their Sunday best as they dash to the King's carriage.?? And of course, Emma couldn't go anywhere without her beloved Cherry-Bear.?? On the way, they have encounters that lead them to bestow their cake, winter-cape, and even Cherry-Bear, on others. Now they're chilly, rumpled, and empty-handed-what will the King think? Emma frets, but when they finally meet the King at his palace, they discover they gave the King exactly what he wanted.

^
Children and parents will be reminded of the true meaning of Christmas, and that the greatest gifts we can offer to the Savior are gifts to the least of his brothers and sisters (based on Matthew 25:40). Families will be able to go online and be directed to notable charities to give their own gift to the King.

^
Children and parents will be reminded of the true meaning of Christmas, and that the greatest gifts we can offer to the Savior are gifts to the least of his brothers and sisters (based on Matthew 25:40). Families will be able to go online and be directed to notable charities to give their own gift to the King.


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Eldon Johnson

Eldon Johnson is a Harvard grad and former Harvard chaplain. He is the founder of the non-profit organization, RISK-Relationships In Serving Kids, and the writer of many scripts and books. He and his wife Kristen have three daughters. This is his first children's book.

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