Finding the Baby Jesus: Review & £25 Amazon Giftcard Giveaway

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Book: Finding the baby Jesus
Author: Kimball Fisher
Pages: 18
Recieved a copy for honest review


Finding the baby Jesus is a beautiful story and perfect for this time of year. Chris is your typical teenager complaining that he isn't getting the perfect present he wants for Christmas but underneath he is boy still grieving for his grandma who he cared for deeply and thinking about the Christmas traditions that are no more as his grandmother isn't around anymore.

Finding the baby Jesus is a story that reminds you of the real meaning of Christmas. It is not getting the present you want or it being commercialized as it now is ,but it is about family and friends, the birth of Jesus and remembering that not everyone has a family to spread Christmas with and that we are forunate to have a roof over are head and family to care about us.

Kimball Fisher has done a wonderful job with this short and sweet story that will remind you what you are grateful for and the true meaning of Christmas with Midway, Utah setting the scene!

5/5 Stars

Finding the Baby Jesus by Kimball Fisher

After being forced to wear lederhosen for the annual holiday card picture, twelve-year-old Chris thinks that the least his parents can do is get him the Tony Hawk skateboard he wants for Christmas. But when he recovers the hand-carved Baby Jesus that everyone thought had been destroyed in a fire the year his Grandma died, Chris realizes that some gifts are even more important than skateboards.

When the author had to discontinue a cherished tradition of reading Christmas stories out loud with his family and holiday guests each week in December, he wrote Finding the Baby Jesus. He had been unable to locate enough meaningful stories that could be read in a single sitting with wiggly children.

Praise for Finding the Baby Jesus:

“Tender and true, this warm Christmas tale brought tears to my eyes.”
–Heather Vogel Frederick, author of the much-beloved Mother-Daughter Book Club series and Oregon Book Award winner for The Voyage of Patience Goodspeed

“A touching story that speaks to the importance of family, giving, and the true spirit of Christmas.”
–Matthew Kirby, author of Icefall, winner of the Edgar Allen Poe and the Pen Center USA Literary Awards for Children’s Literature


Author Kimball Fisher

Kimball Fisher writes novels for young readers. He is also a best-selling business author, professional speaker, and management consultant. Some of his past jobs include: sailboat builder, ghost writer (not as scary as it sounds), illustrator, and factory manager (more scary than it sounds). For fun he builds furniture, stained-glass windows, and writing pens.

He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Humanities (with minors in English, Asian Studies, and Japanese), and a Master of Organizational Behavior degree from Brigham Young University. He and his amazing wife Reenie live in Portland, Oregon, where they have seen pheasants, coyotes, and a bobcat in their own backyard.



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  1. Thanks for being part of my blog tour!

  2. thanks for the review of what sounds like a really special book! Rhonda

  3. I'm always interested in how an author can bring new light to the Christmas story.

  4. I always love stories that tell the true meaning of Christmas. The meaning does get lost but there are authors that would bring the meaning out again.

  5. This sounds like a really good book. And a very good review as well.

  6. Hey, thanks for the giveaway..I hope to win :)

  7. A wonderful read for Christmas thank you.

  8. Sounds like a touching story!