Discover the Eucharist at the heart of Christmas.
“Twinkling lights, manger scene—midnight Mass, what could it mean? Christmas Eve is here! Jesus comes to us still now. Lift each page and you’ll see how.”
More than gifts and holiday traditions, Christmas celebrates the miraculous birth of our Savior. While this truth is clear to parents and grandparents, communicating the spiritual significance of this holiday to children can be a challenge.
Now, children can rejoice in Christ’s birth at midnight Mass and every Mass.
From the author of the bestselling My First Interactive Mass Book, Jennifer Sharpe, comes a creative Christmas story designed to guide children ages 6–10 in discovering the profound meaning of Christmas and how this connects to the wonders of the Mass.
Featuring child-friendly rhyming text, vibrant illustrations, and full-page, open-out flaps, The Mass and the Manger: My Interactive Christmas Story helps parents make Christmas spiritually meaningful for children.
Journey to Bethlehem while following the story with two young Catholics’ nativity experience to uncover the meaning of Christmas in the Mass.
With each turn of the page, the right-hand side unveils a scene from the Christmas story, while the open-out flap presents a scene from the Mass, drawing children into the wonders of the first Christmas and the miracle of the Eucharist.
This 24-page hardcover story promises to become a cherished addition to your family’s holiday traditions and will lead young hearts toward a deeper understanding of both the Incarnation and the Mass, during the Christmas season and throughout the year.
Age: 6–10 years