The Best Christmas Pageant Ever - Chapters 5 - 6 Summary & Analysis

Barbara Robinson
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Returning home following the first rehearsal, Mother began to tell Father about the evening. She asked Father what he would think of the Christmas story if he had never heard it before. Father said he would not have liked it that Mary had to sleep in a barn. Mother agreed that she had never really thought before now about how unkind it seemed. The Christmas story always seemed so nice and peaceful with sweet smelling hay and gentle animals, but it was still a barn where a pregnant woman had to give birth. She was impressed that the Herdmans were incensed about the situation and commented that they had some good instincts. Father pointed out that their main goal seemed to be to burn Herod alive. Mother answered that at least they picked the right villain. Then the family all wondered what did...

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