Featuring Nelson Eddie, and Ronald Coleman in this legendary story from France. Ronald Coleman narrates the story of Barnaby, the singing juggler. When weather was good, Barnaby could spend the day earning his money. On a particularly rainy, cold day, strains of Christmas music came to him. A young monk made an impression on Barnaby, with the joy in his song.
Inside the dining hall of the monistary the juggler was further impressed at the hospitality and good natur of his hosts. Good news through song continue. Overcome with emotion, and shamed of his illiteracy, Barnaby vowed to join the monks, even if all he could do is serve in the kitchen,
The monks applied their knowledge and skills to put on a worship service at Christmas. But what could Barnaby contribute? What else? He juggled for the baby in the manger. Has his simple gift been accepted?