The Christmas Promise Storybook 10 Pack

The Christmas Promise Storybook 10 Pack

from 7 reviews

Get a great deal when you buy a 10-pack of this popular kid’s Christmas storybook, which is perfect for gifting.

Part of the Tales that Tell the Truth series.

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Multiple-component retail product, loose
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This hardback storybook is a captivating retelling of the Christmas story for kids ages 3 and up, showing how God kept his promise to send a new King, a rescuing King, a forever King!

Superb illustrations by Catalina Echeverri and faithful, Bible-centered story-telling by Alison Mitchell combine to make this a book that both parents and children will love.

This 10-pack is great for gifting to families in your child’s class, in your Sunday School class, and for giving away at a church service.  

Other products in The Christmas Promise range include:

  • A Board book for 1-3s
  • A Coloring and Activity Book for 5-8s
  • An Advent Calendar for kids 5-11, including a 32-page book of family devotions
  • A three-session Sunday School resource with age-differentiated lesson plans for 3-5s, 5-8s, and 8-12s
  • Full-size Illustrations to use when reading The Christmas Promise aloud, which is a great idea during a Christmas service at church”

Product details


Age range: 3 - 6
Contributors Alison Mitchell, Catalina Echeverri
Format Multiple-component retail product, loose
First published May 2023
Language English
Publisher The Good Book Company
Customer reviews


“Wonderful book to explain Christmas”

We have loved this book so much we've started gifting it to others. It's a great retelling of the Christmas story and explains why Jesus is the Promise that Christmas really is about.


“Enjoyable and Engaging”

I bought this book for my 3 year old as we looked forward to Christmas. She really enjoyed listening to the story and re-telling it. I enjoyed reading it to her as it was a slightly different perspective to the 'normal' children's story of the nativity. The illustrations are colourful and add to the story.


“Excellent writing and gorgeous illustrations”

(Review written for 'The Christmas Promise (Paperback)')

I love the illustrations in this book which make it feel very special. I think this would be a gentle introduction to the Christmas story for a non-Christian, whilst also being quite different from most other nativity books (the focus being on who Jesus is instead of the usual "no place at the inn"). I love the way it picks up themes from the Old Testament - so there's lots in here for a Christian to pick up on and point out to their children. I would say it's a great book to give as a gift to anyone with children aged about 3-8.


“Love it”

Love the illustrations and the freshness of the Christmas story. Wonderful bedtime read for all year round. Unlike the previous review I think it is great for a non Christian family and that is who I actually gave it to for Christmas. Bought two of these books and decided to keep one for myself. I just love it, it makes me smile....brill



(Review written for 'The Christmas Promise (Paperback)')

This is a super book for children. The illustrations are gorgeous and fun with lots of detail. I love that it captures Jesus as a toddler when the wise men visited, and not a baby. The text is clear and faithful to the Bible. The whooshing angel is wonderful! We've based our whole children's programme around this book this Christmas. Great to be able to give away the advent calendars that went with the book to non-church families too.


“Brilliant read and tool”

(Review written for 'The Christmas Promise (Paperback)')

I have bought 100 of these to give away at our christingle. We will use the forever /rescuing/new king themes both then and on Christmas Day . I don't think this is inaccessible to non Christians but rather the opposite. It's both fresh and true to scripture. Excellent book. 10 out of 10!


“ok for Christians not so good for non Christians.”

(Review written for 'The Christmas Promise (Paperback)')

Best read by a Christian as there's a lot of imagery and text that's not obvious to a non Christian and therefore they'd miss bits and not be able to answer children's questions fully.

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