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by Matthew Paul Turner and Gillian Gamble


The bestselling author of When God Made You and When I Pray for You captures the wonder of Christmas and the joy of Jesus' birth in a lyrical exploration of what makes the season so colorful, magical, and personal.

In his trademark style, Matthew Paul Turner celebrates the Christmas season, particularly the colors that infuse the holiday and all the memorable sensations and experiences--including a festive market, sledding, and nativity scene--connected to those bright hues. Matthew draws his readers into a whirling ribbon of the familiar reds and greens of Christmas, as well as other festive hues, including white, gold, blue, and brown.


Christmas is RED.
It's a bright shiny sled.
It's candy canes,
and toy store lanes.
It's sprinkles on sweet bread.
Christmas is BROWN
It's pinecones scattered round...
It's a cradle soft with hay
And a donkey's gentle bray.

It's God within
a baby's skin
on that very first Christmas Day.


All the colors come together when readers are reminded that Christmas is YOU--you're a part of the story, the joy and the glory Matthew shows us again and again that the holidays are nothing without being with the people we love, celebrating treasured traditions, and making new memories--all in vivid color.

All the Colors of Christmas

SKU: 9780525654148
$12.99 Regular Price
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  • Matthew Paul Turner is a photographer, speaker, and author of numerous books, including the bestselling When God Made You and When I Pray for You.

    Gillian Gamble is the writer and illustrator of Darcy Daydream, amongst others, living in County Durham with her two young daughters.

  • ISBN-13: 9780525654148
    ISBN-10: 0525654143
    Publisher: Convergent Books
    Publish Date: September 2020
    Page Count: 40
    Reading Level: Ages 3-8
    Dimensions: 8.7 x 8.6 x 0.3 inches

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