His journey from that gutter into the hearts and memories of a poor, young family is the story of the celebration of Christmas in a simpler, less commercialized time. The book's delightful illustrations add charm and bring the story to life.
Let's face it, how DO you decorate a Christmas tree if you have no ornaments, lights or tinsel? You may be surprised!
Based on a real-life experience from the author's childhood, this book has the potential for becoming a holiday tradition in your family and may change the way you think about your own Christmas tree.
|Publisher:||CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.11(d)|
About the Author
Gail Kersh Kiracofe grew up during "The Great Depression", the time in which this little story is set. Born in Mishawaka, Indiana, she enjoyed one career as a military officer's wife and another as a council executive with the Girl Scouts of the USA.
She lives in a retirement community in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia and loves writing about those 'days gone by'.
ABOUT THE ILLUSTRATOR
Linda Rafferty is a self-taught artist who has had a passion for art since a young child. She currently lives in the Northern Virginia area where she paints murals and commissioned art in homes and businesses. This is her first opportunity as a children's book illustrator.