Merry Christmas from the Family

Author: Robert Earl Keen
Publisher: University of Texas Press
ISBN: 9780292712669
Format: PDF, Kindle
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There's no place like home for the holidays . . . which is a good thing when you have a family like Robert Earl Keen's. As Keen tells it in this wry send-up of all those impossibly sweet, “not like our family” Christmas carols, Mom and Dad got drunk at the Christmas party, sister and brother brought their dubious significant others, the relatives' motor home blew out the Christmas lights, and a convenience store supplied all the goodies. Merry Christmas from the Family is the companion book for Robert Earl Keen's popular Christmas tune of the same name. Using authentic Keen family photos, recipes, and craft instructions, it illustrates all the verses of the song, which you can sing along with on the accompanying CD. Whether you're one of Robert Earl's legion of fans, or you've just had enough of Perry, Bing, and the other crooners, Merry Christmas from the Family is what you need to keep the holidays in hilariously skewed perspective.

A Farmer Family Christmas

Author: Chester Thompson
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1546268200
Format: PDF, Docs
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The Christmas Holiday was a special time for the Farmer Family on the Donkey Dan Show. The whole family, friends and pets were excited from Thanksgiving until the day after Christmas. This book has a mix of several different Christmas shows that were broadcasted on the K.L.K.Y. station of Prescott Valley. Daphne the momma skunk of the family, Erasmus the teenage porcupine, Ewald the roadrunner, Tremor the tiny mouse, Bonkers my cat and myself the daddy Skunk of the Farmer Family all wish you a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year.

Christmas at Mole Run

Author: Kevin MacMillan
Publisher: Word Alive Press
ISBN: 1486615155
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Christmas at Mole Run is a 25-chapter Advent story of the small animal community at Mole Run. Joel the Mole’s father disappeared two years ago, and now Joel works feverishly to rebuild the family home, destroyed by a spring flood, before Christmas. With the help of his friends Othello the Owl and Pocket the Ground Squirrel and encouragement from the entire community, Joel prepares for the return of his mother and younger siblings. But a letter from relatives in the east causes all of Mole Run to become a hubbub of activity! And who is the mysterious stowaway on the train whose heart is set on Mole Run?

The Gift of Family

Author: Linda Ford
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 0373829353
Format: PDF, Docs
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Merry Christmas, Cowboyby Linda Ford A wild snowstorm strands Colt Johnson in Eden Valley, where the storekeeper's daughter exudes welcome warmth. She's even offered to give the two orphans in his charge a Christmas to remember. An outcast, Colt doesn't dare hope for more—even though Becca's love would be a Christmas wish come true. Smoky Mountain Christmasby Karen Kirst Cole Prescott's Gatlinburg visit will be just long enough to free his wife from their mistake of a marriage. Then he meets the daughter he hadn't known he had. Little Abby needs a father, especially at Christmastime. And all Cole wants is a chance to make a life with Rachel and Abby at last…

Christmas In The Country

Author: Gooseberry Patch
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1936283492
Format: PDF, Docs
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Snuggling by the fire, gazing at the twinkling lights and sipping warm wassail...the holiday cookbook celebrates them all. Whether you celebrate in a cabin or a cottage, Christmas in the Country will really take you home again. Enjoy Christmas morning stuffed omelets, brown-sugar glazed ham and Mrs. Claus' shortbread cookies. Filled with heartwarming memories and cozy craft ideas too.

May You Have a Merry Christmas

Author: John H. Leith
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1498272398
Format: PDF
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Dr. John H. Leith (1919-2002) enjoyed Christmas. He appreciated it especially as a celebration of the goodness of this world that God not only created but also, in the incarnation of Jesus Christ, entered, blessed with his presence, and redeemed. And at Christmas he especially wanted to be in contact with, and to minister to, those whom he loved, those whom he had taught, and those whom he cherished as colleagues in the Christian and Reformed ministry of preaching, teaching, and pastoral care. This little book comprises a collection of Leith's Christmas letters to his former ministerial students at Union Theological Seminary in Virginia. The letters grew lengthier and richer through the years. We have gathered them here so that others may enjoy reading them also.