Annie Acorn's 2011 Christmas Anthology [NOOK Book]

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Where can you find all of the scents and sounds and joys of Christmas? Where do little boys come of age, old women bring joy, and angels watch over us? Where do the things that matter take precedence over worldly concerns? Within the carefully crafted stories gathered for your enjoyment in Annie Acorn’s 2011 Christmas Treasury, a Christmas anthology. With their words, the founding members of From Women’s Pens, a cooperative of award-winning contemporary women writers, have brought together a unique collection of ...
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Annie Acorn's 2011 Christmas Anthology

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Overview

Where can you find all of the scents and sounds and joys of Christmas? Where do little boys come of age, old women bring joy, and angels watch over us? Where do the things that matter take precedence over worldly concerns? Within the carefully crafted stories gathered for your enjoyment in Annie Acorn’s 2011 Christmas Treasury, a Christmas anthology. With their words, the founding members of From Women’s Pens, a cooperative of award-winning contemporary women writers, have brought together a unique collection of stories that embody the spirit of Christmas and are sure to please everyone. Be prepared to laugh, cry, and be surprised by this family treasure. Annie Acorn’s 2011 Christmas Treasury is sure to become a classic that you and your family will want to revisit during each new Christmas season as it arrives.

Contains: One More Christmas Past by Annie Acorn
A Christmas Epiphany by Jean Bascom
A Caraway Christmas by Elizabeth Bastos
A B-17 Christmas by Beverly J. Crawford
The Christmas Spirit of Starlight Cove by Juliette Hill
The More the Merrier by Sheila D. Lawrence
The Best Worst Christmas Ever by Peggy Teel
The Christmas Child by Beverly J. Crawford
One Last Gift to Go by Annie Acorn

NOTE: Previously published as One Last Gift
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013415058
  • Publisher: Annie Acorn Publishing LLC
  • Publication date: 9/25/2011
  • Series: Annie Acorn's Christmas Anthologies , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 497 KB

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With their words, the founding members of From Women’s Pens, a cooperative of award-winning contemporary women writers, have brought together a unique collection of stories that embody the spirit of Christmas and are sure to please everyone. Be prepared to laugh, cry, and be surprised by this family treasure. Annie Acorn's 2011 Christmas Treasury is sure to become a classic that you and your family will want to revisit during each new Christmas season as it arrives. Do you need one last gift for a special someone or a gift for that one difficult person on your list? Then Annie Acorn's 2011 Christmas Treasury could easily be your solution.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 11, 2012

    I meant One last gift to go (not wrap)

    This is to correct my error in the title on my previous review. It's a good story and it matters to me that my error be corrected.

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