Wednesday, March 11, 2009

E-BOOK WEEK: "One Family's Christmas"





Sequel to The Christmas Angel:


After a family’s star for their Christmas tree is destroyed they search for another ornament to top the tree. They resurrect the treetop angel carried across The Oregon Trail by a young pioneer and bring the story of The Christmas Angel full circle.
From an Academic Wings Division of Guardian Angel Publishing Inc., the back of the book has information on genealogy and forms for tracking family trees.
Review:
I have been anxiously awaiting the sequel to The Christmas Angel, and One Family’s Christmas is certainly worth the wait. I think I enjoyed this book even more than the first one in the series as it reminded me so much of myself. I have a love of history and could appreciate this family’s excitement over finding the angel heirloom in their attic, and the pride they felt in being able to display it on their Christmas tree. These two books together will make for some great discussions in your family. I especially appreciate the extra pages at the end, explaining genealogy and how to learn more about your own family lineage. As a homeschool mother, I’m always looking for those added “extras” that make a book more educational.—Reviewed by Heidi Strawserhttp://www.takerootandwrite.com/columns_reviews_by_heidi/index.html
eBook ISBN: 978-1-935137-34-4
Available through Guardingangelpublishing.com, blazingrailers.com, amazon.com, book stores, etc.
Mary Jean Kelso http://www.authrosden.com/maryjeankelso
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