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The Christmas Sweater: A Picture Book

by Glenn Beck

On Christmas Eve, Eddie shook his snow globe on last time and placed it on the dresser beside his bed. He watched the snowstorm swirl and thought about the one gift he wanted most for Christmas-- a new bicycle. Adapted from the #1 New York Times bestselling novel by Glenn Beck, The Christmas Sweater shares a young boy's story of hope and redemption as he searches for the true meaning of Christmas. With the whimsical Grandpa by his side, Eddie takes a magical journey reminiscent of A Christmas Carol and The Polar Express that leads him to appreciate the simple things in life: family and love. The picture book edition of The Christmas Sweater is a beautiful holiday treat from Glenn Beck that you'll share with your family again and again.

The Christmas Table

by Diane Morgan E. J. Armstrong

The Christmas Table serves up comfort and joy with helpful hints and recipes to plan an unforgettable holiday feast. Award-winning author Diane Morgan fills the book with festive recipes and decorating ideas that are sure to become favorites. On Christmas morning, opening presents will be even sweeter with a breakfast of Cinnamon-Scented Bread Custard, and delightful recipes like Juniper Brined Roast Turkey and Whipped Yams topped with a Crunchy Praline Crust will be instant yuletide classics. This comprehensive holiday guide also includes recipes for Christmas cookies, candied nuts, and other giftable goodies. With simple, beautiful crafts and delicious, easy-to-follow recipes, The Christmas Table ensures a very merry Christmas for everyone.

Christmas Table Cookbook

by Gooseberry Patch

Make your holidays extra special with our abundant collection of delicious seasonal recipes, creative tips and sweet memories.

Christmas Tales of Alabama

by Kelly Kazek

It's the most wonderful time of the year, especially in Alabama. Celebrate the spirit of the season with these tales of Christmases past from the heart of Dixie. There is the story of Helen Keller's first Christmas memories in Tuscumbia, the tale of how Birmingham native Hugh Martin penned the classic tune "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, "? visions of all the impressive Christmas light displays throughout the state and much more. In a collection of tales that range from the heartwarming to the heartbreaking, Alabama author Kelly Kazek culls from over two hundred years of Christmas celebrations in the state and offers up a gift that no one will want to be without come Christmas morning.

The Christmas Tapestry

by Patricia Lee Gauch

The author believes that this is a true story, and why not? Some may wonder; others will be deeply touched and encouraged. An old man sees a tapestry hanging on a church wall. It is exactly like one his beloved wife, who he thinks died in a concentration camp, had made. When the signature is checked, it is hers. The pastor of the church knows that the man's wife is alive and well. They go to see her, and she recognizes her long lost husband at once.

The Christmas Target

by Charlotte Douglas

FOR JESSICA,The note was accompanied by a single red rose on a white satin pillow. For Miami businesswoman Jessica Landon, the gesture was anything but romantic. She'd been in snowy Montana less than a day, and already she'd become the target of a rifle-toting Santa, then run off the road and left for dead. Her protection through the holidays was sexy-as-sin cowboy cop Ross McGarrett-a man with a tragic past and a motherless young daughter....FROM YOUR SECRET SANTARoss liked city women and warm, tumbled beds. And Jessica fit him and his bed to a tee. With Christmas approaching, Ross dared to believe in love again-but could he keep Jessica safe through the silent and deadly night...?

Christmas Texas Style

by Linda Warren Leah Vale Tina Leonard

[From the back cover] Four Texas Babies by Tina Leonard. To save his parents' ranch from falling into the wrong hands, Sam Johnston must marry. A quickie wedding to Lily Bartholomew brings more than he bargained for-including some shocking news about his new in-laws. But the biggest shock of all is that the baby on the way is actually four babies, set to arrive just in time for Christmas! A Texan Under the Mistletoe by Leah Vale. Lori Beth Whittaker comes home looking for tradition-and discovers that for the first time ever, the Hooper Creek Christmas festival has been cancelled. She's determined the festival will go on, but one man stands in her way-Jackson Hooper, her former high school sweetheart and the man she left behind! Merry Texmas by Linda Warren. Mariel Todd-Crandall and Grayson Crandall love their daughter, but since their divorce, it's hard to find time to spend with Chloe. But Chloe's sick of being ignored, and she knows her parents still love each other. So this Christmas she has a special plan, including a very special tree, that's going to make Mom and Dad see that Christmas- and every day-should be spent as a family.

Christmas Therapy

by R. W. Alley Karen Katafiasz

Do you go through the Christmas season feeling pressured, empty, inadequate, or depressed? Maybe you need some gentle, constructive, self-help therapy--Christmas Therapy. Insightful guidelines and enchanting illustrations--alive with color--will help you rediscover in your heart the magic, the meaning, and the mystery of this blessed time.

The Christmas Thief

by Mary Higgins Clark Carol Higgins Clark

Mary Higgins Clark, America's Queen of Suspense, and her daughter, bestselling mystery writer Carol Higgins Clark, have again joined forces to create a suspenseful and humorous holiday tale. Alvirah Meehan, the lottery winner turned amateur sleuth, teams up with private investigator Regan Reilly to solve another Christmas mystery. InDeck the Halls,they rescued Regan's kidnapped father. This time they get in the middle of a case involving a beautiful eighty-foot blue spruce that has been chosen to spend the holidays as Rockefeller Center's famous Christmas tree. The folks who picked the tree don't have a clue that attached to one of its branches is a flask chock-full of priceless diamonds that Packy Noonan, a scam artist just released from prison, had hidden there over twelve years ago. An excited Packy breaks his parole and heads to Stowe, Vermont, to reclaim his loot. Once there, he is horrified to discover that his special tree will be heading to New York City the next morning. With a bumbling crew consisting of Jo-Jo, Benny, and an unsuccessful poet, Milo, he knows he has to act fast. What Packy does not know is that Alvirah and Regan are on a weekend trip to Stowe with Alvirah's husband, Willy; Regan's fiancé, Jack; Regan's parents, Luke and Nora; and Alvirah's friend Opal, a lottery winner who lost all her winnings in Packy's scam. On Monday morning when they're supposed to head home, they learn that the tree is missing, Packy Noonan may be in the vicinity, and Opal has disappeared. From two of America's beloved storytellers,The Christmas Thiefis filled with suspense, comic characters, and holiday cheer, and is sure to delight its readers.

Christmas Through a Child's Eyes

by Helen Szymanski

Don't let the joy of Christmas get lost in the hustle and bustle of the holiday season! This heartwarming collection of true stories will evoke the true spirit of the season - and help you to rekindle the true magic and wonder of the season.

A Christmas to Die For

by Marta Perry

She was lucky to be alive. . . . . . after the hit-and-run that nearly took her life. But history seemed to be repeating itself when Rachel Hampton spied a car speeding down the dark road. Tyler Dunn came to Rachel's family inn seeking justice for a decades-old crime. Rachel wanted to trust the attractive architect, but he was too secretive. . . until she uncovered a shocking link to her own past. Suddenly a holiday season amid the Plain People swarmed with hidden danger as Rachel found herself a killer's target. THE THREE SISTERS INN: Danger awaits the Hampton sisters in quiet Amish Country.

A Christmas to Remember

by Jill Shalvis Marilyn Pappano Hope Ramsay Molly Cannon Kristen Ashley

Curl up with this heartwarming Christmas collection!<P> Jill Shalvis, Dream a Little Dream: Melissa has kept every man at a safe distance-especially firefighter Ian, a sexy friend with sexy benefits. But Ian secretly longs for more. Luckily, 'tis the season for giving love a chance...<P> Kristen Ashley, Every Year: Holidays don't come easy for Shy and his brother, Landon. But with the magic of Christmas, along with a little help from Tabby and her family, the Cage brothers are about to get the gift of a lifetime...<P> Hope Ramsay, Silent Night: Down on her luck and evicted from her apartment, single mother Maryanne hopes to start over in Last Chance. When the snow begins to fall, it looks like her baby might literally spend Christmas Eve in a manger. And Maryanne might celebrate the holiday with a handsome stranger...<P> Molly Cannon, Have Yourself a Messy Little Christmas: Lincoln is a bachelor who's set in his ways-until a professional organizer dressed up as Mrs. Claus changes his life, one tip at a time...<P> Marilyn Pappano, A Family for Christmas: War widow Ilena doesn't mind spending Christmas alone. But when a new doctor blows into town with the winter wind, will she get her secret Christmas wish?<P> NOTE: The contents after page 255 are excerpts from other books, not complete stories.

A Christmas to Remember

by Katherine Spencer Thomas Kinkade

The New York Timesbestselling authors take a journey into the Cape Light of Christmas past. As the citizens of Cape Light deck the halls for a Christmas to remember, the curmudgeonly Lillian Warwick has been confined to her bed with pneumonia. Cared for by her daughters, Emily and Jessica, she lets her thoughts drift back to the holiday season of 1955, to the magical time when she first met Oliver Warwick-the dashing man who would become her husband. Back then, Lillian was beautiful, spirited, and idealistic, and Oliver was a wonderful man who took a real joy in living. As she recounts those romantic early days to her daughters and faces the mistakes she's made, she is reminded of a time when she had much to be grateful for-and of all the special gifts Christmas can bring. And, to cap off this special, life-altering holiday season, there just might be a winter wedding on the horizon. . .

Christmas Town

by Peggy Gilchrist

Grumpy businessman Jordan Scoville has never understood why everyone makes such a big deal about Christmas. And he is positively appalled at the prospect of helping lovely Joella Ratchford's restore Christmas to their festive little town. Could the warmth of her love ever turn this resident scrooge into a true believer?

Christmas Traditions

by Helen Szymanski

Grandma's heirloom ornaments. The family carol singalong. Aunt Millie's fruitcake. We all have our special holiday traditions we practice year in and year out. This book not only embraces these old standbys, but also explores unique rituals celebrated the world over. This heartwarming collection evokes the memories of Christmas past with such stories as: Holly Berry Dreams, in which a young girl hangs holly leaves above the doorway as a sign of better times to come while waiting for her father to return from warPJ Presents, featuring a single mom who enlists her neighbor to leave new pajamas on the front porch every Christmas Eve to surprise her childrenToo Much Christmas, in which a young mother buys up all the leftover tags on the Giving Tree, leaving her with too many tags and too little moneyChristmas Diaries, featuring a Scottish family who exchanges a diary every Christmas with their extended family in Germany that details the highlights of the past yearWith touching stories like these, this book is the perfect gift to commemorate old traditions and create new traditions--for many Christmases to come.

Christmas Traditions at Grace Chapel Inn (Tales From Grace Chapel Inn)

by Sunni Jeffers Barbara Andrews Pam Hanson

A collection of three novellas celebrating the beauty of Christmas at Grace Chapel Inn. It's Christmas morning, and as the Howard sisters celebrate some of their family's treasured traditions, they reminisce about Christmases past. Jane reads from the Bible, just like their father always did, and remembers when she took part in a Living Nativity. Cast as an angel, she decided to make her part more exciting, resulting in a dangerous fall from a hayloft. She should have been injured, but insists a strong pair of arms protected her as she fell -- a Christmas miracle that changed the course of her life. Louise studies the badly-constructed stocking she made for her newborn daughter Cynthia and remembers her first Christmas as a mom. And Alice examines the special Christmas ornament she received the year she organized a program to give all the animals from a nearby shelter a home for Christmas. The novellas capture a sense of nostalgia and the ideal of a good old-fashioned Christmas.

Christmas Traditions with the Saturday Evening Post

by Caryn Drake Norman Rockwell

This is the first installment in a series of coffee-table books showcasing the timeless holiday imagery from the Saturday Evening Post and its award-winning artists Norman Rockwell, Steven Dohanos, J. C. Leyendecker, John Falter, and more. On America's nightstands for nearly three hundred years, through the events and cultural shifts that have shaped our country's character, the Saturday Evening Post continues to resonate as America's magazine. Christmas Traditions with the Saturday Evening Post is the first in a series of coffee-table ebooks showcasing the timeless holiday imagery the Post is known for through its award-winning artists Norman Rockwell, Steven Dohanos, J. C. Leyendecker, John Falter, and more. Richly illustrated with iconic imagery and set to classic Christmas music, this special ebook is a nostalgic Americana experience celebrating the spirit, memories, and fun of Christmas over the years.

A Christmas Tragedy: A Miss Marple Story

by Agatha Christie

At a health resort, Miss Marple becomes suspicious that a man she meets is planning on murdering his wife. Previously published in the print anthology The Thirteen Problems.

The Christmas Train

by David Baldacci

On a train ride to Los Angeles, cash-strapped journalist Tom Langdon encounters a ridiculous cast of characters, unexpected romance, and an avalanche that changes everyone's Christmas plans.

The Christmas Train

by Rexanne Becnel

An estranged father and daughter meet for the first time at Christmas in this touching holiday story that will tug at your heart, from USA TODAY bestselling author Rexanne Becnel.On the train to meet her father, young Anna Spano befriends Eva Stephens, an older woman who occasionally thinks she's traveling to her home village in pre-World War II for the holidays. Recognizing Miss Eva's disorientation as the same dementia her late grandmother experienced, Anna isn't sure who is actually taking care of whom on the journey.At the far end of the journey, Tom Thurston is anxious about what to expect when his daughter arrives. So he's doubly shocked when a teary old woman embraces him, convinced that he is her long-lost brother.At Anna's insistence, he reluctantly agrees to bring the woman home with them and try to locate her family. And as Anna clings loyally to her new friend, and Tom struggles to be who Miss Eva needs him to be, both father and daughter begin to understand one another. And through Miss Eva, they learn the true meaning of family, and of love.

Christmas Treasure

by Bonnie Bryant

Christmas is coming and Max wants Horse Wise to get in the holiday spirit. He announces that they are going to have Secret Santas, but there's a catch: You can't give something; you have to do something. It sounds like fun, until they draw names. Lisa gets Max. Carole gets Lisa. And Stevie gets Veronica. Carole would love to do something for Lisa, but since they already do things for each other all the time, what? Meanwhile, Lisa has a lot of family visiting and they aren't giving her room to breathe--let alone do anything for Max. As for Stevie, she would love to do something to Veronica--but that wouldn't be in the holiday spirit. Suddenly, doing the "right thing" is really hard.

Christmas Treasures

by Katherine Spencer Thomas Kinkade

The Christmas season is full of shopping and holiday cheer, but finding one's true purpose is the greatest gift of all... Reverend Ben has been ignoring his health recently, and it's finally caught up with him in the form of a heart problem requiring bypass surgery. Since Ben will need six weeks of recuperation and physical rehab, an interim minister is assigned to the congregation. Reverend Isabel Moran is young, but she has a quiet but steady way of connecting with the members of the church. While most of the congregation was troubled by the absence of Reverend Ben, Isabel has ultimately reassured them with her warmth and understanding. Meanwhile, Ben has secretly been considering when he should retire. Is this health setback a sign from above that it's time to start a new phase of his life? As Ben grows stronger, he starts to wonder if he's really ready to celebrate his final Christmas as pastor. After all, Christmas is a time for giving, but retiring and presenting Isabel with his much-treasured job might be the biggest test of faith Ben has ever had to face...

A Christmas Treasury

by Dover Margaret Evans Price Raphael Tuck W. F. Stecher Carolyn S. Hodgman Clement Clarke Moore

"The pictures were gorgeous and reminded me of an old fashioned Christmas. Many of the tales are classic tales but the illustrations used makes the stories unique again. Very enjoyable and I can see many families enjoying this one." -- Fallsburg LibraryThis lovely holiday anthology features seasonal classics from the turn of the twentieth century. Recounted in verse, the tales feature quaint color illustrations by popular children's artists of the era such as Margaret Evans Price, W. F. Stecher, Raphael Tuck, and others. Heartwarming tales include:The Night Before Christmas, Clement C. Moore's timeless poem about a visit from St. Nicholas; Father Christmas, a celebration of plum pudding, Jack Frost, snowmen, and other holiday delights;How Santa Filled the Christmas Stockings, in which a little boy discovers the pitfalls of greed; A Visit to Santa Claus, the story of Teddy's trip in his glider to Santa's workshop; Polar Bear at the Zoo, in which Teddy and his flying machine return to the North Pole with a polar bear; and Christmas ABC, charming verse couplets that spell out Yuletide treats.

The Christmas Tree

by Mike Sund

Little ones will love this charming holiday tale with a cast of unforgettable characters! It's the perfect stocking stuffer

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