Jesus for Children~A Trilogy of Short Stories

includes the story

Happy Birthday Precious Lamb
"Over the past weeks, I have been writing a memoir of your birth. As if it were yesterday, those memories remain indelibly impressed in my mind and burned into my heart.."
Story based on Bible verse Micah 5:2
"But you Bethlehem, Ephrathah, though you are small amongst the clans of Judah, out of you will come for me one who will be ruler over Israel, whose origins are from of old, from ancient times."   
As Jesus' 33rd birthday approaches, His mother wants to give Him the perfect gift when He returns home to Nazareth. Mary lovingly prepares a memoir of His birth, a gift she knows He will surely cherish.  Her magnificent journal tells the beautiful story of the events leading up to His birth, the birth of the Redeemer, Christ, in stunning and unforgettable detail.
"A children's story that can only be enjoyed by children is not a good children's story in the slightest." ~ C.S. Lewis
What readers are saying about this story...
“Jayne Cox offers us a spiritual glimpse through the window of the heart of the most blessed woman that ever existed since the beginning of time. The mother of God documents the loving and poignant memories of her son Jesus’ glorious birth. Powerfully written, this memoir opens the hearts of all mothers, as they reflect on their own personal experiences and memories.”
~Elena Maria Miller, Catechism Teacher, New Port Richey, FL

“Every once in a while I read a story that takes me beyond the words I am reading. Happy Birthday Precious Lamb is one of those stories. It is beautifully written by a mother, appreciating a mother’s perspective in one of the most blessed events in all of history.”
~Jeff Villio, Pastor, First Christian Church, Charlottesville, VA 


“This is truly a story for the ages...a unique chronicle of the birth of Jesus as told not only from the eyes of Mother Mary, but from the heart as well. Happy Birthday Precious Lamb offers the human perspective to one of the most spiritual events in history. It is a story that should be read by every parent to their children.”
~Glen A. Zakian, Principal of Farmingdale High School, Farmingdale, LI, NY