Review: The Nativity Collection | Gnostalgia

| Friday, October 8, 2010 | |
The Nativity Collection
by Robert J. Morgan
Hardcover: 128 pages
Publisher: Thomas Nelson (October 5, 2010)
ISBN-10: 1404189742
ISBN-13: 978-1404189744
(4 stars out of 5)
The Nativity Collection is a collection of 6 short stories by Pastor Robert J. Morgan. These inspirational stories are written each year for his congregation and are centered around the nativity.  The book is set up as a gift book.
The pictures in the book are lovely and the book itself would make a fine gift. It has a page set up with “To, From, and Date.” It would also make a lovely coffee table book for the holidays.
I guess of all of the stories in the book, I enjoyed “Ollie” the best. It’s the tale of a stolen car on Christmas eve. The weakest story of the collection would have to be “Sugarplum and the Christmas Cradle”, without giving to much of the story away, sugar-plum doesn’t fit historically with the end of the story.
All in all, I really enjoyed the book and I plan to have it on my coffee table this holiday season. I give it a solid 4 stars out of 5 !
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Review: The Nativity Collection | Gnostalgia

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