A Christmas Gift by David Saperstein

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Every Christmas is an opportunity to rediscover the true meaning of the season, and the miracles that are the greatest gifts . . .

Twelve-year-old Katie Williams has already received an extraordinary holiday gift this year, passed down from her great-grandmother. Katie has been blessed with second sight. So far her visions have helped her avert tragedy, and brought her beloved long-lost Uncle Charlie back to the family--but can they help keep him there?

Charlie has a lot to be thankful for this Christmas. He's back in his hometown and ready for a fresh start. A job as the local mall Santa Claus seems like a good way to begin--until his misguided past comes back to haunt him, dashing his hopes for the future.

Can Katie help keep her uncle's dreams alive? Christmas Eve will tell, as the love and faith of friends and family--along with a dash of frankincense and myrrh--ignite a powerful magic within every heart. . .a magic that may bring one man the greatest gift of all.

About David Saperstein

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Saperstein, a rabbi and attorney, is director and counsel of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, Washington, D.C.
Published September 24, 2009 by Kensington. 289 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A group of travelers get to know one another under unlikely circumstances in Saperstein and Samerjan's slightly supernatural and hokey holiday tale.

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