Project Description


To Whom the Angel Spoke

by Terry Kay
illustrated by Eileen Blyth

A holiday classic about the power and unity of belief in the face of differences.

To Whom the Angel Spoke is the story of three shepherds who are as different as men can be. One night, those men hear a voice, and because they believe the voice’s words about the birth of Jesus, they become alike.

In author Terry Kay’s moving story, the unifying power of simple belief transcends differences, reminding us that, as diverse as we are, there is a celebration that can bring us all together.

Format: Hardcover
Price: $14.95
ISBN: 978-1-56145-502-7
Publication Date: 10/1/2009
Page Count: 32
Size: 6 ̎ x 8 ̎
Age Range: All Ages
Language: English
Themes: Beliefs, Christmas, Differences, Similarities
BISAC 1: REL034020 Religion / Holidays / Christmas & Advent
BISAC 2: JUV017010 JUVENILE FICTION / Holidays & Celebrations / Christmas & Advent
BISAC 3: REL036000 Religion / Inspirational


“This book stresses peace among men and setting aside differences, especially at Christmas.”―School Library Journal

“A sweet stocking stuffer for that special someone.” ―Deseret News

“This would make a really nice family story to sit down and discuss the true meaning of Christmas…. Short and sweet, with beautiful illustrations, this is one you should definitely check out this Christmas season.” —A Patchwork of Books


Stanley W. Lindberg Award ―Georgia Center for the Book, 2007

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Meet the Author

Terry Kay is the author of numerous bestselling and award-winning novels, several of which have been made into television movies. He lives in Georgia. You can visit his website here.

Meet the Illustrator

Eileen Blyth holds a BA in fine arts from the College of Charleston. She is a painter and illustrator and lives in South Carolina.