It's Christmas Eve morning at Shaoey's house, and Dot, the ladybug, is all aflutter. But when the excited little girlbug goes to wake her human friend, she realizes that something is not quite right. Shaoey's cheeks are bright red and her forehead is too hot to set foot on! Shaoey can't be sick! There's too much to do! Never to give up, the determined little bug slips on her red Christmas boots and heads out to pick up all of the required elements to make a happy Christmas for her friend. Yet, when the frustrated Dot returns, a little miracle teaches them all that sprinkled cookies and big presents--however nice--are not what truly makes Christmas special. This endearing story, from Mary Beth and Steven Curtis Chapman, is a wonderful reminder of the miraculous love that makes every Christmas a special one.
|Contributor(s)||Mary Beth Chapman, Steven Curtis Chapman|
|About the Contributor(s)||Mary Beth Chapman
Mary Beth and Steven Curtis Chapman have been married for more than twenty years and have six children (three they adopted from China). They met in college, where they were assigned the same mailbox because they had the same last name (Mary Beth's maiden name was Chapman). Since 1987, Steven has released fourteen albums, five of which have been certified gold and two of which have been certified platinum.
Steven Curtis Chapman
|Release Date||Sep 6, 2005|
|Who It's For||Boy 5-7, Boy 7-10, Girl 5-7, Girl 7-10|
|Series||Shaoey & Dot|