Think of all the Christmas cards you've received over the years: the creative ones, the funny ones, the beautiful, spiritual, and sparkling ones. Imagine pine-scented candles, a shining Christmas tree, and then watch as the cards are brought out and displayed on the mantle piece, one by one. Let them tell the Christmas story. Every family sees it a bit differently because each family's traditions are unique. Sit back and drink in the scene. Watch the faces of your children. Listen to the music play. 'Sing Noel,' Ruth Dallas Rich's Christmas album, invites you to listen, sing along and dance to this family-friendly compilation of new and traditional songs. Kids of all ages will identify with the contemporary rhythms and story songs. Families will enjoy listening together. 'Sing Noel' was produced by Ruth at 'Studio Rich' and features friends, neighbors and a musical group of local children, as well as fine musicians who add their talents. For more bio info, please see 'God's Playhouse' under kid's recordings. --------------- STAR OF THE SHOW (Rich/Socan 2005) Tomorrow is the night of the Christmas play Everyone's invited to come 'Cause everybody's kids'll be in the play Join us for an evening of fun There'll be shepherds with bathrobes on Camel costumes, lights and songs Little wise men in cardboard crowns But when Mary brings the baby on He'll be the star of the show 'cause the baby is always the star He'll be the star of the show 'cause the baby is always the star Jesus has been born in Bethlehem The angel is rehearsing to say, hey But no one's really sure what will happen when They place a real baby right there in the hay And his mom hopes he won't cry And that he'll stay nice and dry And that he'll sleep right through the play But it doesn't matter anyway He'll be the star of the show 'cause the baby is always the star... Shine shine shine little baby Shine shine shine little Jesus Hush-a-bye, hush-a-bye.