Little Star

How do parents explain to children that God’s love is the greatest love of all and that He always sees them, never forgets about them, and is always with them? In this touching retelling of the nativity story, best-selling author Anthony DeStefano ("A Travel Guide to Heaven", and "Ten Prayers God Always Says Yes To"), has produced a modern Christmas classic for children.



Little Star is destined to become a classic. - Pat Boone, Entertainer

I will be reading, Little Star to my kids and grandkids every Christmas from now on—so long as God gives me breath. - Delilah, Radio Host



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