Classic Christmas by Helen Szymanski

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If you are trying to rediscover the traditional joys of yuletide celebrations, then look no further. Classic Christmas is a stirring collection of more than seventy true-life stories that chronicle the simpler delights of the season. These touching tales include: Mama's Gift, a story of a grieving young woman comforted by the arrival of a Christmas gift from her mother, several days after her death; Lighting of the Tree, in which the townspeople of a tropical paradise find the Christmas spirit, despite the palm trees and warm weather; Daddy's Christmas Dinner, about a domestically-challenged father who comes through for his family when his wife is unexpectedly hospitalized; and so many more. A book that celebrates the spiritual meaning of the holidays, Classic Christmas will evoke warm memories of your Christmases past--and remind you that most precious gift of the season is the love you share with friends and family.
 

About Helen Szymanski

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Helen Szymanski (Milan, MI) has more than twenty-five years of experience in the publishing field. Over the years, she's worn many hats, including that of a newspaper reporter and editor, photojournalist, columnist, anthologist, book author, website writer, ghostwriter, book editor, screenwriter, and movie and book reviewer. She is the editor of "Classic Christmas" and "Christmas Through a Child's Eyes.
 
Published August 28, 2006 by Adams Media. 288 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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