Kay, Terry. To Whom the Angel Spoke: A Story of the Christmas, illustrated by Eileen Blyth. Peachtree Publishers, 2009 (1991). $14.95. Sexual Content-G; Language-G; Violence-G. The nativity story is told from the perspective of three shepherds; one was tall, one was short, and one was in-between. The shepherds were also different sizes (fat, thin, and in-between) and ethnicities (white, black, and in-between). The shepherds didn’t agree on many things, but they all heard the voice and agreed to go to Bethlehem where they saw the savior. The author uses quotations from the King James Bible and an overt didactic message. The dialogue is stilted and the characters are stereotypes. The acrylic illustrations are simple and lovely, but small and overwhelmed by too much narrative. EL – OPTIONAL. Samantha, Public Librarian.