Skip to main content

Christmas Book Giveaway: The Perfect Christmas Pageant by Joyce Meyer

About the Book:
The popular Everyday Zoo series for young children by beloved and New York Times bestselling author Joyce Meyer continues with The Christmas Pageant, a heartfelt and humorous story about the true meaning of Christmas. When Hayley Hippo is asked to direct the annual Christmas pageant, she decides this will be her Christmas gift to Jesus and she sets out to make everything perfect. However, after a series of disappointing mishaps, Hayley and her friends learn that they don’t need to be perfect. They realize that Christmas is not about the glittering lights, the perfect setting, or an impressive show, but about Christ.

My Review: 
Many of you have seen my other reviews on Joyce Meyer's children's books, "Which Way to Prayer" and "Field of Dreams."  My kids have become huge fans of the Everyday Zoo characters that Joyce has created and are constantly asking if there is a new book in the series.

Thank you Zondervan for sending me this book in exchange for an honest review.  I was not paid for this review and all opinions are 100% mine.    

I had my entire kids hear this story the morning of our Christmas program just to help remind them the true meaning of the program was Christ!   I think reading this story helped them get over any nerves and remember that they were just going to do their best!   After all I think it is all the small imperfections that make a show wonderful.

This book is a great one to add to your Christmas book list to help ensure you are keeping Christ in Christmas! 

This book is available at Zondervan for $15.99 but one lucky winner is going to win a free copy!   Please enter the giveaway using the easy rafflecopter form below.  

a Rafflecopter giveaway


i have nor seen many plays but i do like the Christ is born in the manger you see at church.
Sara said…
I always have liked the play in Charlie Brown's Christmas.
Unknown said…
I loved the Nutcracker! I saw it years ago and would love to see it again.
Soo said…
Our church just put on a Christmas play last week - the kids were really good!
Nancy said…
The best Christmas pageant I have ever seen was in Branson, Mo. at one of their theaters.

allibrary (at) aol (dot) com
Gale said…
My son's play of course! So hard to choose which one though.
Sue Hull said…
I haven't seen any plays except the ones put on at Church which is Christ is born in a manger.It's always so good when the kids are doing it.I love Joyce Meyer books so I know this would be a good one. Thank you for the chance & Happy New Year to you & your family :)
I will watch some on tv this year, but I do not think I will be able to see any in person. Some that I have seen in the past that are really good are the Rockettes show, that is really spectacular, and also the Nutcracker, that is my all time favorite.

Popular posts from this blog

Knot Genie Review and Giveaway

If you have a little girl and have not heard of the Knot Genie then you need to watch the following video:   "The Knot Genie™ and Teeny Genie™ Detangling Brushes were created for every mom that has endured the foot stomping and screaming matches that come with brushing their child's hair. With the Knot Genie, even the curliest, most knotted up hair practically slips through the unique bristle configuration – gently and painlessly. Try the Knot Genie on your kids (or on yourself) – you'll be amazed by the ease of brushing, as well as how it virtually stops breakage and split ends. You've wished for hair brushing standoffs to end. Wish granted." My Review:  Thanks to the Knot Genie for sending me the product to conduct my review.  I was not paid for this review and all opinions expressed are 100% mine.  I know I have grown so tired of my daughter coming to tears every morning when we did her hair. I was becoming to think she was the most

Student Life Application Study Bible Review and GIVEAWAY #NLTBible #TyndaleBibles #LifeApplicationStudyBible #BibleForStudents #SeriousStudyComesToLife

             About this Bible: The incomparable Student Life Application Study Bible is a work of serious scholarship, exquisite design, and a resolve for Scripture application in your daily life. Equipped with the Filament Bible app to help you go further in your reading and study of the Bible, the Student Life Application Study Bible in the New Living Translation will jump off the page and into your life with more than 27,000 on-page and in-app notes, over 350 maps, infographics, illustrations, and much more.    Combining Bible study with full-color visualizations and technology, the STUDENT LIFE APPLICATION STUDY BIBLE will jump off the page and into your life. The Student Life Application Study Bible uses the clear and accurate text of the New Living Translation and is equipped with the Filament Bible app to help you go further in your reading and study of the Bible. This incomparable Bible is a work of serious scholarship, exquisite design, and a resolve for Scripture application

Book Review and Giveaway: "God's Word for Families" #godsword @familydevotional #devotional

  God’s Word for Families,   is not your average devotional. With 365 ten-minute devotional activities designed around a variety of learning styles, each week’s devotions will reinforce what your family is learning at church. This wholly Apostolic discipleship tool will help you engage your family members in God’s Word every day of the week. By exploring a biblical passage from Sunday to Saturday with simple, fun activities, God’s Word for Families will bring parents and kids closer to God. Weekly Overview: ✨Sunday – Introduction (an age-appropriate version of the week’s Bible passage) ✨Monday – “Why?” (activities that show the purpose behind the Bible study) ✨Tuesday – Analytic Learning (“Fun Facts!” and “Did You Know?” activities to dig deeper into Scripture) ✨Wednesdays – Worship (a featured lyric video and other Apostolic songs) ✨Thursday – Real-life Application (a present-day story to illustrate the Bible lesson) ✨Friday – Discussion (questions for parents and kids to ask each oth