Peek into A Christmas Goodnight

I’ve made a book trailer that I think really gets to the core of what this book is about. Creating activity pages for children to play with goes right along with the themes of children interacting with the Christmas Story, and so I hope you enjoy!

You can purchase the book here.

More information on the book here.

You can download FREE PDF printables that go with the book in tomorrow’s post.

I’m feeling more like Christmas than ever before. This book was so, so special to make, and finally enjoying the book with children has sealed the deal. I love this work.



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  • Jamie

    I pre-ordered the book and was so excited to bring it out for my 4 little children. It is already our favorite Christmas book – so simple and sweet. Thank you for sharing your talents with us. You do such beautiful work. I’ve recommended this to family and friends.

    Can’t wait for the print outs for coloring!

  • Lisa Jay

    I love the video!! I left a link to your blog & the book on my blog this week. I couldn’t find anywhere to link to for Nola Buck. If I should have a link to somewhere for Nola Buck please let me know, as my searches didn’t show anything. I am looking forward to sharing this book with my children at bedtime. x

  • Sue

    Love this site – you are one creative lady and I’m sure I will follow this site for a long time. Just bought the book and plan to read it to the Sunday school class this month. I just might have to print tomorrow’s for my class to work on after we read the book. I’m also a quilter and have several of your Children at Play fabrics in my stash for someone’s special quilt one of these days. Merry Christmas!

  • Misty

    I love your illustrations!! Last night, at our book club meeting, we shared our favorite Christmas books. I shared this one and read it to them. I love how your pictures are so natural. When Mary and Joseph were standing back and letting the visitors admired baby Jesus. The shepherds resting. The child with his arm up on the pillow. We always see a static image of the nativity. Mary and Joseph huddled over the babe. The rest of the visitors looking over the parents shoulders. I have been a fan of your work since I first saw you on Etsy years ago and will continue to watch for new ways I can enjoy your sweet illustrations. (Most recently being the purchase of a couple of puppet theaters for my girls to enjoy over the holiday break.)

    Continued success and a sweet Christmas to you and yours.

    Thanks so much for sharing your talent with the world.

  • Marta

    Hi! My name’s Marta and I live in Barcelona, Spain. I love how your sweet illustrations capture childhood. Please, count me in for this fantastic giveaway. I would love to read the book to my son and niece and love all your prints. As one of my son’s favourite films is Le ballon rouge, his favourite print is Le Ballon, mine are Oh Happy Day and the girl who’s reading the huge book. Thanks for the giveaway and Merry Christmas!

  • Natalie Stern

    Your illustrations are beautiful. I can’t wait to introduce your puppet theaters to my daughter when she gets a little older. What a great book tie in to get the little ones more involved in the story.

  • LeAnn

    Beautiful book! What a great way to help young children understand that there is more to Christmas than Santa.

  • Amanda

    You are so very talented! I would love a copy of the book! I just bought the paper dolls set for my daughter for Christmas and I know she’ll love them. Now I will download this set for us to enjoy before Christmas. Thank you!

  • Cynthia Clancy

    How lovely your illustrations are! Thank you for the coloring pages and puppet theater. I just know my kids will have so much fun with them!!

  • Sherri Adams

    Love the trailer and most certainly will be buying the book our our grandchildren! You are one very talented lady, Sarah!