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>The Nativity Collection by Robert J. Morgan


One week from tomorrow people from all over the country will ignore the calendar and acknowledge an unofficial ending to the fall season.  Those who faithfully wait until after Thanksgiving to start decorating for Christmas and wearing their red and green apparel will waste no time decking their halls. 

Nativity CollectionIn the midst of all of the hustle, bustle, and excitement will come a new short story.  Penned by the hand of pastor and author Robert J. Morgan, this story will be presented to his church on Christmas Eve as a beautiful gift from his heart to theirs. 

Fortunately for the rest of us, Morgan has decided to share a collection of his stories in a book entitled The Nativity Collection.  Presented in gift book form and complete with captivating illustrations, The Nativity Collection contains six short stories all revolving around a Nativity. 

Each story stands completely independent of the next, and yet it is practically impossible to put the book down.  Each story leaves the reader hungry to start the next, all the way to the beautiful finale of “Sugarplum and the Christmas Cradle.”

Whether you are looking for a coffee table book, a meaningful seasonal gift, or something to read as a family in the weeks leading up to Christmas, The Nativity Collection is the perfect selection. 

I received this book for review from Thomas Nelson’s Book Sneeze blogger review program. 


I am a homeschooling preacher's wife and managing editor for the Well Planned Gal. But, I also love to write just for the fun of it. I also process best through writing, and my thoughts tend to flow from things I learn through the Bible, interacting with my family, and moving through life in general. Thanks for joining me in my not quite ordinary journey.

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