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Jed and Roy McCoy, a Christmas Story: Storytelling Kit (Show & Tell / Cecil and Friends) (Englisch) CD-ROM – Oktober 2009

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HASH(0x9acdb48c) von 5 Sternen Funny...and goes beyond the obvious 29. November 2009
Von Kindle Customer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Jed & Roy McCoy: A Christmas Story is a quirky portion of the biblical Christmas story written and illustrated by Andrew McDonough. Focusing on the part of the story where shepherds visit the baby Jesus, this book features bold, cartoonish illustrations and a good dose of humor.

Jed and Roy McCoy are feuding brothers. Jed says Roy is rustling his sheep. "Why, just the other day, 25 years ago, he stole my prize ewe. I didn't see him, but the wolf footprints were a dead give-away. Only Roy would be sneaky enough to wear wolf footprint shoes to cover his tracks." Roy says Jed keeps sizzling his sheep. Only the other day, "22 years, 3 months, and 4 days ago" he tried to make it look like his favorite ram was struck by lightening. Both brothers try to take revenge - except once a year, during a family celebration (with red and green decorations), when they tolerate each other and exchange gifts.

Then one night, an angel appears before them and says a baby has been born in Bethlehem who will bring peace on earth. Both Jed and Roy are impressed and excited. They run to Bethlehem and take a peek at the little baby. They are filled with joy and wonder. "Peace on earth? What will this baby have to do to bring peace on earth?" They run home, rejoicing - and end their fueding.

The last two pages of the book offer the Bible excerpt upon which the story is (loosely) based, plus ideas for discussion between parent (or teacher) and child.

What I Like: For kids who already know the Christmas story backwards and forwards, this simple book offers a new twist for them to ponder. Why did Jed and Roy feud? Why did they stop feuding? The cartoonish illustrations - although not always a favorite of parents - have wide appeal to young kids.

What I Dislike: Nothing - as long as parents take the time to discuss why Jed and Roy stopped feuding. No explanation is given in the book, so this is really a necessity.

Overall Rating: Very Good.
Kristina Seleshanko
Christian Children's Book Review
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HASH(0x9acdb4e0) von 5 Sternen Missing something 14. Dezember 2010
Von Jenny Rose - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
The old McCoy feud. Two brothers have a ridiculous feud. One night each year they have a peaceful dinner (with red and green decor, really?) Then an angel makes an announcement. They visit the baby (who "brings peace on earth") and the feud is suddenly over? While this is a new way to introduce the Christmas story and birth of Jesus, it's almost like it is cut short. I wish the author had taken this a step further and had the brothers apologize or at least explain why the brothers changed their minds about their feud. Just because Jesus came into the world He didn't miraculously fix feuds. This book could have also been used by the author to subtley explain why family is important and brothers (and sisters) should try to get along.
HASH(0x9acdb7bc) von 5 Sternen A little bit of a twist on the Christmas story 1. Dezember 2009
Von Christine M. Irvin - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Jed and Roy McCoy: A Christmas Story, written and illustrated by Andrew McDonough, is a new take on an old story. Jed and Roy McCoy are brothers. And, like the last name implies (McCoy), they are always at odds with one another. Jed says Roy stole his prize ewe 25 years ago. Roy says Jed roasted his sheep 22 years, 3 months and 4 days ago. They continually fight over things and find ways to get even. Except once a year, during the "big feast," they put aside their differences, eat together and exchange gifts. The next day, though, they go back to fighting and feuding.

Until one year when an angel suddenly appears before them. The angel says, "Surprise! I have good news! In Bethlehem a baby has been born who will bring peace on earth!"

The brothers are so excited they run all the way to Bethlehem to see the baby. As the text says, they are "filled with joy. Wow! Peace on earth!" They ran home rejoicing. From that day on, they fought no more and took turns watching the sheep.

The illustrations are bright, colorful and comical. They are not the type of illustrations you would expect to see in a children's picture book about the Nativity. Of course, this is not your typical story of the Nativity, so the illustrations work just fine.

What I Like: The illustrations. They are great. And the message: This is a story about the Nativity, but it is also a story about forgiveness.

What I Dislike: Nothing.

Overall Rating: Excellent.

Christine M. Irvin - Christian Children's Book Review
HASH(0x9acdbccc) von 5 Sternen Not a very effective retelling of the Christmas story 22. Dezember 2010
Von Daniel Jolley - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
I'm all for teaching children the story of Jesus' birth, but I don't think Jed and Roy McCoy, A Christmas Story does a particularly good job of doing that. I'm sure young children would like the book, given its colorful and slightly comic illustrations, but the short and scant story here puts the focus on Jed and Roy rather than the baby Jesus. Basically, this is the story of two shepherd brothers holding years-long grudges against one another. Then, the news of Jesus' birth and their visit to see the baby in a manger somehow lead them to forget the past and trust one another again.

I just don't think this is a very effective presentation of the Christmas story. Jesus isn't even properly identified, in my opinion; he's just a baby who will bring peace on earth. A kid in a Christian household will understand the greater context of this story because he will already know who Jesus is. The young child who hasn't been taught anything about Jesus, though, is unlikely to really understand exactly what the story is supposed to be about. It's good that the Bible verses of the shepherds' story from Luke are included at the end of the book, but I would much prefer to see more of that original story reflected in the illustrated text itself.
HASH(0x9acdb5a0) von 5 Sternen Good Potential Story 21. Dezember 2010
Von Suzanne Fyhrie Parrott - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
While this story holds a good moral, the conflict was resolved without teaching the reader/child HOW to the conflict was resolved (other than the long fight just ended). As a teaching lesson - children need to SEE how these two brothers faced their sin - humbling themselves before the Lord, asking for help and forgiveness. Did the brothers pray? Did they talk it out? Did they ask each other for forgiveness? All these are important lessons in resolving any conflict and the story would be stronger with their inclusion. I did like the storyline of remembering how Jesus suffered on the cross for our sins so we may live - but I feel it was too subtle for the reader to understand without discussion with a parent.

I read this on the Kindle, so the illustrations were in black and white - still it was nicely illustrated - if a little short.
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