Can you believe it, it’s almost Christmas! I am so excited to share with you a book review of The Night the Saints Saved Christmas by Gracie Jagla. I did a review of her book God the Father and the Best Day Ever this past spring which was such a unique Easter book so I was super stoked to get a chance to receive Gracie’s new Christmas book.
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The Night the Saints Saved Christmas Plot
The Night the Saints Saved Christmas is a beautifully illustrated book about how the saints come together to save Christmas by helping Saint Nicholas deliver gifts all around the world while reminding us what the true meaning of Christmas is all about. Just like her other book, this is written in a fun rhyme that really catches your attention.
About the Author – Gracie Jagla
Gracie Jagla is a young wife and mother who seeks to help families grow closer to Jesus in a fun way. She has also written God the Father and the Best Day Ever which is an Easter favorite in our house. You can follow Gracie on Instagram @andasprinkleofgrace
About the Illustrator – Michael Corsini
Michael Corsini is a Catholic artist and father of five. He has illustrated a few other great Catholic children’s books, such as Sitting Like a Saint and Nissim. Some of his art is some of my personal favorites. You can learn more and view his art at his website michaelcorsini.com.
My Thoughts About The Night the Saints Saved Christmas
My kids really enjoyed The Night the Saints Saved Christmas. I love how you get to see so many different saints from all over the world. My kids had so much fun pointing out all the saints they recognized as if it was a Where’s Waldo book. This book also reminded me of one of my favorite Christmas movies growing up, The Year Without a Santa Claus. This will definitely be added to our must-read during Christmas book list.