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The Christmas Scrapbook

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 19, 2005

    Another Great Story from Harmony!!!!

    This is a story that will lift your spirits and tickle your funny bone. Philip Gulley has a magic touch for telling a great story. It is so well written that the story is great even if for anyone who hasn't read all the rest of the Harmony Series. Perfect Christmas gift.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 6, 2007

    Hilarious!

    Pastor Sam Gardner knows he's clueless about choosing Christmas gifts for his wife, Barbara. Even after 17 years together, he still winds up buying her potholders and suchlike. This year, though, Sam's determined things are going to be different. He enrolls (secretly, of course, to avoid spoiling the surprise!) in an adult education scrapbooking class, to make Barbara a gift she's sure to treasure. Things go awry, to put it mildly, as Barbara tries to figure out where her husband is going so secretively every Wednesday evening. She moves from one mistaken conclusion to another, and before long the entire town of Harmony - a Norman Rockwell sort of community - is playing that old parlor game favorite, Gossip, with hilarious results. Sentimental and cliched at times? Sure it is. But it's got one memorably original character in Sam's church secretary, Frank, an elderly and crusty war veteran. It's also got the Christmas spirit as it ought to be. Generally speaking, I hate cute. I hate sentimental. I hate inspirational. And I loved this story just the same!

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 10, 2014

    Cute and entertaining!

    This book was so funny and I found myself reading and laughing. I could just picture this man's efforts in my mind. It is definitely a quick read for someone that wants something not too long.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 8, 2014

    It was ok

    Verry funny though

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