Politically Correct Holiday Stories

Politically Correct Holiday Stories

by James Finn Garner

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Politically Correct Holiday Stories by James Finn Garner

A NYTimes best seller in 1995, this book contains such stories as Twas the Night Before Solstice, Rudolph the Nasally Empowered Reindeer, and A Christmas Carol. It will help you celebrate holidays in an inclusive, culturally sensitive way that is much more enjoyable than a grade school pageant. Plus, the new story "Santa’s Ashes" and Chapter 3 of "Rex Koko. Private Clown".

Product Details

BN ID: 2940011136894
Publisher: James Finn Garner
Publication date: 11/15/2010
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 568 KB

About the Author

James Finn Garner is the author of the NYT #1 bestseller, Politically Correct Bedtime Stories, and its sequels, Once Upon a More Enlightened Time and Politically Correct Holiday Stories. Together they have sold more than 4.5 million books worldwide. His most recent book is Honk Honk My Darling: A Rex Koko, Private Clown Mystery. His other books include Apocalypse WOW! and Recut Madness. His writing has appeared in the NY Times, TV Guide, Wall Street Journal, and Chicago Magazine. He is also the founder of Bardball.com, dedicated to the revival of baseball doggerel.

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Politically Correct Holiday Stories 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
BethBDarcy More than 1 year ago
This book is so funny, but yet so much of it rings true. Rudolph starts a union & tries to improve working conditions of the reindeer, the kids in the Night before Solstice free Santa's reindeer and the Father is disgusted by the boys Santa has (play guns, EZ bake ovens and Barbies - OH NO! so stereotypical and wrong gifts for children!). Frosty marches to DC (rather than through the town ) to protest against Global Warming before he melts, of course). I laughed out loud as a I read this book. It's a quick read and will definitely make anyone relax during the busy and hectic schedules of the holiday season.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Although this book was written in 1995, it's lessons ring as true today as they did in the era in which it was written. The government still oppresses persuns of snow. Nutcrackers continue to sexually harass young females. This book helps us to realize that instead of looking within ourselves to find the true meaning of Christmas, we should realize that our faults are not our own; they are the work of others, we are all just they results of the conditions of our environment.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is so funny. I read it, and almost wet my pants. You'll love the story of Rudolf, the nasally empowered reindeer.
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DoeReid More than 1 year ago
If you ever want to prove to anyone just how ridiculous political correctness is, this is the book. I believe one of our problems is that we have lost the ability to laugh at ourselves. When we lose our sense of humor things go downhill and we all know what a great place we are in right now (sarcasm)