Best Christmas Pagaent Ever
The horrible Herdmans are the meanest kids around. They lie, steal, cuss, and smoke cigars -- even the girls. The last place anyone expected to see them is in church. So when the Herdmans storm Sunday school and take over the annual Christmas pageant, everyone braces for the worst. But no one is... show more
The horrible Herdmans are the meanest kids around. They lie, steal, cuss, and smoke cigars -- even the girls. The last place anyone expected to see them is in church. So when the Herdmans storm Sunday school and take over the annual Christmas pageant, everyone braces for the worst. But no one is prepared for what really happens when the rottenest kids in the world take over the greatest story ever told. It's a pageant full of surprises for everyone -- including the Herdmans themselves.
Publisher: Harper Children's Audio
Edition language: English
Series: The Herdmans (#1)
I know for a fact I read this book in elementary school, but I didn't remember anything about it. It turns out 'The Best Christmas Pageant Ever' is about how the Herdmans, a gang of ill-bred ruffian poor children, hijack the Christmas play at Church because they thought there would be food, and they...
I laughed throughout this hilarious story of the Herdmans consisting of Ralph, Imogene, Leroy, Claude, Ollie, and Gladys. My first thought is that I can see why the kids are terrible if their parents named them that. This is honestly a short and sweet story about a clan of terrible kids who have the...
This book is an amazing example of how people can change for the good. This book is about a family of children that terrorize their school along with the town. No one likes to see the Herdmans coming their way. One Christmas, the Herdmans hear a boy in their class talk about the snacks he gets in Su...
You won't be disappointed with this one, trust me. The Best Christmas Pageant Ever is a story that has captured the heart of many. The Herdman kids are the town's worst nightmare. They lie, steal, cheat, and...well, let's just say that they aren't the greatest example. So, as you can imagine, when t...
Read the book and did the play when I was in 4th grade I think. You somehow find yourself some sort of relation to a member of the Herdman family, they are all so outrageous but you find yourself wanting to be in their family. I think this would be a super fun reader's theater.