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The Most Special Gift by Daniel J.A. Smith

The Most Special Gift

An Amiran Fairy Tale

by Daniel J.A. Smith

Pages: 36

Dimensions: 5.25 x 8

Category
  • JUVENILE FICTION - Fairy Tales & Folklore - General
  • JUVENILE FICTION - Religious - Christian - Holidays & Celebrations
  • JUVENILE FICTION - Religious - Christian - Values & Virtues

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781662831386

Price : $10.99

This book will be available to purchase on
November 10, 2021.



It was a celebration to remember. A proclamation was sent out in the kingdom of Amira by Sovereign Apatmos for one and all in the kingdom to bring a gift to a celebration in honor of Elovah, the God of the Universe.
However, it was the unexpected, simple gifts among the finest in the land that changed not only the minds but the hearts of those in the kingdom toward what it means to give of oneself. 
Author Daniel Smith provides readers with an engaging, heartfelt story about gratitude, faith, and selflessness through his children’s fairy tale, The Most Special Gift.
As all were grabbing up the best in the land as gifts for the celebration, many overlooked the two orphaned children who worked hard for what little they earned. Benny and Elvira wanted to also bring a gift to the celebration but between the two of them, not much was available. 
However, their decision to bring two gifts that meant the most to both of them would prove to be something that would change their lives, as well as the lives and mindsets of the kingdom, forever.
Daniel began writing a story about the true meaning of giving gifts for a Christmas party years ago, but wasn’t able to complete the story by the party. However, this seemed to entice his interest to write, creating three more fairy tales and a poem, all taking place in the magical land first set out in this story.
He hopes that readers gain a stronger sense of the importance in giving gifts with no expectation for a return, which can help in sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ with someone.Just as Benny and Elvira hoped their gifts would please the Sovereign and Elovah, however meager the gifts might be, we can only hope what we present to God will mean something to Him and help others draw closer to Him.

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