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A Wayne in a Manger

Come in but not Joseph who can 'push off' There's the baby Jesus who suddenly pipes up with 'My name is Tammy are you my Mommy' and funniest of all Mary who tells Joseph 'I'm having a baby oh and it's not yours'Gervase Phinn. This book was really good because it was short with about 130 pages and it was really existing to readthere was one page were it was nearly all slang love itamaizing

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Ge picking their noses and showing their knickersOne brilliant anecdote tells of an innkeeper who generously says there's plenty of room for Mary and Joseph while another child jealous of Joseph's starring role allows Mary to. What a wonderful little book Mr Phinn was a Christian schools inspector in Yorkshire This is a collection of some of the funny stories he had visiting schools around Christmas time Just what did the angel say when the star fell from above onto his head How did Joseph explain turning up at the inn with a pregnant Mary And what is that song called again you know the one they make the children sing every year You will laugh all the way through this book It is simply lovely Christmas as seen through the eyes of children

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A Wayne in a Manger is the hilarious compilation of nativity stories by Gervase PhinnDiscover some wonderfully funny and touching nativity play anecdotes including children forgetting their lines ad libbing falling of the sta. If you ve ever been to a school Nativity pageant you know the kids can be right unpredictable often with hilarious conseuences Gervase Phinn was the Inspector of English in the Yorkshire Dales and saw than his share of Nativity pageants This little book is the retelling of the best and funniest of those momentsThis was a gift from my English mother in law a few years back and it makes me chuckle even on re reads He freuently captures the Yorkshire dialect such as one of the shepherds saying upon seeing Jesus in the manger By the heck e s an andsome little fellerAnd how about the little girl who hearing that there was no room for Joseph and Mary at the Inn rightfully pointed out Well they should ave booked in advance It allus gets busy at Christmas


About the Author: Gervase Phinn

Gervase Phinn born 27 December 1946 Rotherham South Yorkshire England is an English author and educator After a career as a teacher he became a schools inspector He is now a freelance lecturer broadcaster and writer a consultant for the Open University Honorary Fellow of St John's College York Doctor of Letters DLitt of the University of Leicester Doctor of Letters DLitt of The



10 thoughts on “A Wayne in a Manger

  1. says:

    Probably the funniest chirstmas book you could buy yourself or anyone else better still its all true because it has come from the mouths of children and if you want to know the truth ask a child Nothing tops these

  2. says:

    If you've ever been to a school Nativity pageant you know the kids can be right unpredictable often with hilarious conseuences Gervase Phinn was the Inspector of English in the Yorkshire Dales and saw than his share of Nativity pageants This little book is the retelling of the best and funniest of those momentsThis was a gift from my English mother in law a few years back and it makes me chuckle even on re reads He freue

  3. says:

    I it was uite funny but I ended up not really liking it because it got very boring in the end so I seven to tenAnd also I’ll give it three st

  4. says:

    What a wonderful little book Mr Phinn was a Christian schools inspector in Yorkshire This is a collection of some of the funny stories he had visiting schools around Christmas time Just what did the angel say when the star fell from above onto his head? How did Joseph explain turning up at the inn with a pregnant Mary? And what is that song called again you know the one they make the children sing every year? You will laugh all

  5. says:

    Another classic series of tales from the mouths of babes This time Gervase Phinn has compiled a book of tales from nativit

  6. says:

    Sadlyas my daughter found out after she had bought a copy as a christmas present for my partner this is no than a collection of christmas themed stories culled from Gervase Finn's other books and whilst still amusi

  7. says:

    A light hearted look at Christmas nativities from across Phinn's career as an inspector It's a collection of brief memories from the many schools he visited in Yorkshire over several years and makes you smile with

  8. says:

    I read this book in a day but still enjoyed it It proves how much children change and develop and become mature Apart from this it ma

  9. says:

    This book was really good because it was short with about 130 pages and it was really existing to readthere was one page were it was nearly all slang♥️♥️love itamaizing❣️

  10. says:

    A short collection of amusing Christmas and Navitity stories about the life of a Yorkshire school inspector and the children he has metIt was enjoyable and humourous but not a book I will remember anything of in a few weeks A light and light hearted read that just about anyone could enjoy

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