Christmas in My Heart, Book 9
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A TREASURY OF OLD-FASHIONED CHRISTMAS STORIES
Hard to believe, but here it is: Christmas in My Heart, book9. They keep coming because so many readers like you find it inconceivable to enter another Christmas season without a new Christmas in My Heart transfusion.
Oh, ‘tis true that the now "old" collections are still treasured, are reread again and again, becoming in a very special way Christmas velveteen rabbits, all the dearer for their dog-eared coves and creased pages. Yet at the same time that the first eight collections are returned to, there is an innate need to expand the core collection, to greet with delight new writers with fresh approaches and, even more significant, to listen once again to writers now believed to us–each additional story by such a writer but deepens the bond, that voice that can never be stilled as long as we refuse to let it die.
That is the magic of Christmas in My Heart!
What is Christmas? Christmas is a state of mind, a time of year when the heart is magically softened and the soul reaches out to others. A time when the cold of the season is offset by the warmth of the joy within.
Stories in this book
|Introduction||Home for Christmas||By Joseph Leininger Wheeler|
|1.||Waiting…Waiting for Christmas||By Elizabeth English|
|2.||His Guiding Star||By Mary Agnes Jackman|
|3.||Holly at the Door||By Agnes Sligh Turnbull|
|4.||Christmas Is for Kids||By Nancy N. Rue|
|5.||The Bells Didn't Ring||By Isabel T. Dingman|
|6.||A Rose in Winter||By Jodi Detrick|
|7.||An Ill Wind||By Frederick William Roe|
|8.||Carla's Christmas Gift||By Judith Wade|
|9.||Bulger's Friend||By O. Henry|
|10.||The Town That Gave Us Joy||By Marian Jeppson Walker|
|11.||The Forgotten Friend||By Grace Livingston Hill|
|12.||How an Unborn Baby Saved Its Mother's Life||By Joseph A. MacDougall, as told to Douglas How|
|13.||A Christmas Experience||By Author Unknown|
|14.||Like a Candle in the Window||By Margaret E. Sangster, Jr.|
|15.||"City of Dreams"||By Joseph Leininger Wheeler|