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We are so thankful for the warm reception of The Who, What, Why, How of Christmas. We hope that it has been a useful resource for you and your community. Please fill in the form on this page to stay in touch as we launch future giveaways and offers.

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'The Who, What, Why, How of Christmas'

Designed to connect your community with the reason for the season, The Who, What, Why, How of Christmas (normally RRP $2.99) is a little book with a big message. Written by celebrated Australian author Susannah McFarlane, readers will join a group of lovable kids as they ask the tricky questions to discover what Christmas is all about.

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About Us

Established in Sydney in 1817, Bible Society Australia’s activities take place as part of the United Bible Societies who operate across 200 countries and territories.

We are one of the most extensive mission groups in the world and do our work in partnership with churches, providing resources and Bible-focused campaigns and community programmes.