Master storyteller Roger Robbennolt captures the hearts of people of all ages with magical stories of a hodgepodge cr che. This collection of interwoven tales begins when a ceramic unicorn is added to the manger scene--because, of course, "no one should ever desert a unicorn on Christmas Eve." With the unicorn's help, the tales unfold: "The Outcast Pig," "The Goat Who Gave," "The Gobbling Clown," "The Ram Who Remained," and twelve more stories of the roles animals played in the birth and life of Jesus. Whether you read these imaginative tales to yourself or read them aloud with children, The Unicorn at the Manger will bring joy and wonder for years to come
Roger L. Robbennolt served as a United Church of Christ minister and authored Tales of Gletha the Goat Lady, Tales of Hermit Uncle John, and Tales of Tony Great Turtle.
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