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Frances Rathmann Shares Wonderful Christmas Story in an Adventure Book

The author tells a lamb’s adventure and how it changed the lamb’s life.

San Antonio, Texas, USA – WEBWIRE

“A venturing lamb finds his greatest and life-changing adventure.”

Adventures are wonderful. They are made to feed souls and refresh the bored and tired lives. This is what author Frances Rathmann depicts in her book “The Bored Lamb And The Brightest Star.”
A lamb, Curly, is fed up with his everyday routine of eating grass and drinking water. He wanted more. He wanted to do something no longer ordinary. He wanted an adventure full of excitement. And this year could be the answer to Curly’s desires. The hills of Bethlehem are unusually dry, so the shepherds opted to look elsewhere for better grass and water. Curly and the flock of sheep crossed the terrains in search of greener pasture. Guided by the light of a bright star, what scene they saw under the star changed Curly’s life forever.
The exciting journey the book holds entertains not only the intended readers but also those who are young-at-heart who still enjoy what an adventure book is supposed to offer, adventures. Rathmann not only displays fun in this colorful 24-page work but also shares a wonderful Christmas story everyone’s been familiar with. “The Bored Lamb And The Brightest Star” is a delightful addition to children’s collection of inspiring Christmas stories.
Rathmann’s “The Bored Lamb And The Brightest Star” will soon be displayed in the upcoming 2018 National Education Association on June 30 to July 1, 2018.
Copies are available at Xlibris ( and Amazon (

The Bored Lamb And The Brightest Star
Written by Frances Rathmann
Published by Xlibris Corporation
Published date December 14, 2016
Paperback price $15.99
About the Author
Fran Rathmann is a lifelong resident of San Antonio, Texas. She holds a bachelor of arts in English and a master’s of science in sociology from the University of Texas at San Antonio. She plans to complete her education with a PhD in the sociology of literature. Her thesis titled German Americans: Immigration, Relations and Assimilation was published by ProQuest. She has published a sociological work titled “The Ghetto Dog”, and several children’s stories. Fran has been published in the San Antonio Express Newspaper poetry column and placed in a Reader’s Digest competition. She has two writings published in the Oasis Journal 2016. She plans to publish her two western/frontier manuscripts and a book of mourning poetry and is presently working on a fantasy/adventure romance. She enjoys her flower garden and caring for feral cats.

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 The Bored Lamb
 The Brightest Star
 Frances Rathmann

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