Christmas in My Heart, Book 7
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A TREASURY OF OLD-FASHIONED CHRISTMAS STORIES
When the first Christmas in My Heart book rolled off the press seven years ago, initial sales were modest. By late November, however, the books really began to move, and by Christmas we were gearing up for a third printing. Because of widespread interest in the stories, Wheeler was asked to compile another collection each year.
Along the way the series was a Gold Medallion finalist at the Christian Booksellers Association; it became a much-loved part of Focus on the Family Christmases; Doubleday began a hardback series; and Tyndale House began distributing the paperback editions to the Christian market.
So it is today, in thousands of homes, the Christmas in My Heart books have become part of the very fabric of Christmas.
Despite the blizzards of commercials and type that advertisers engulf us in each holiday season, demand for Christmas in My Heart books increases every year. Typical of letters written me is this one from Mount Vernon, Ohio:
Stories in this book
|Introduction||The Not-so-lowly Woodcut||By Joseph Leininger Wheeler|
|1.||Red Shoes||By Anita L. Fordyce|
|2.||Feliz Navidad!||By Carolyn Rathbun-Sutton|
|3.||How Far Is It to Bethlehem?||By Elizabeth Orton Jones|
|4.||When Tad Remembered||By Minnie Leona Upton|
|5.||Snow for Christmas||By Virginia Everett Davidson|
|6.||Anetka's Carol||By Eric Philbrook Kelly|
|7.||The First Creche||By Arthur Gordon|
|8.||On Christmas Day in the Evening||By Grace S. Richmond|
|9.||Kashara's Gift||By Lissa Halls Johnson|
|10.||Anniversary||By Author Unknown|
|11.||A Successful Calamity||By A. May Holaday|
|12.||The Carols of Bethlehem Center||By Frederick Hall|
|13.||Unexpected Christmas||By Marguerite Nixon|
|14.||The Red Envelope||By Nancy N. Rue|
|15.||His Last Christmas||By Joseph Leininger Wheeler|