This is a great book that goes along with the other two written by the same author. It is so interesting and has great things to think about during the advent season. It would be great to use for family devotions.
We have read the other 2 books (Jotham and Bartholomew) over the past 2 advent seasons, and really, really enjoyed them both. My only grudge with this book is that it brings in a little too much of the "boys are sissies and girls must be tomboys to get any respect and will always save the day" mentality that is far too common in our culture. But, it's subtle, so I wouldn't NOT recommend it - it's a fun and engaging story like the others. Just an element I didn't notice in the other books, and wished I'd been aware of before we started this one. All of the books have been delightful for our family and I would recommend them to anyone looking for a fun way to celebrate and observe advent with their children.