There is quite a bit of small print on many of the pages so it seems geared toward a slightly older age group of kids, but reading it out loud to the little ones would probably work well too. The illustrations are very unique and not necessarily done in a typical children's book style. I would describe it as a comic book style mixed with Italian Renaissance art. Although I probably would prefer the sheep to look a little cuter, I can see what they were going for style-wise, as it makes this book stand out from the rest. I would recommend this book to anybody who has young kids in the house and is looking for a tool to tell the story of Christ's birth and start of his ministry.
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