A Max Lucado Children's Treasury DVD box-set  -     By: Max Lucado
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A Max Lucado Children's Treasury DVD box-set

Thomas Nelson / 2007 / DVD

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Plan some peaceful evenings during the Christmas season! Bake some cookies, gather the family, and tune into these wonderful "Christmas specials" from Max Lucado. Young children will be captivated by the animated tales of Alabaster's Song and The Crippled Lamb, and your whole family will love the heartwarming live-action drama of Jacob's Gift. This exeptional DVD set also includes music video "12 Bugs of Christmas" from Hermie & Friends. Three slipcased DVDs, approx. 90 minutes total.
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Format: DVD
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2007
ISBN: 1400311691
ISBN-13: 9781400311699
UPC: 023755409393
Availability: In Stock

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Three classic Max Lucado children’s stories come to life together on DVD!

Alabaster’s Song (animation)
Only a young boy could hear the song of Alabaster, the little angel on the Christmas tree. This delightful story teaches the value and wonder of childlike faith.

The Crippled Lamb (animation)
Joshua the Lamb was different, he often felt left out-like on the wintry night when he was left behind in a Bethlehem stable.

Jacob’s Gift (live-action)
A young boy in Bethlehem learns that when you give a gift to one of God’s children, you give a gift to Him.

Includes a bonus Christmas song from Max Lucado’s Hermie & Friends® The 12 Bugs of Christmas!

A $45 value for $24.99!

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