These stories will leave you feeling merry and bright!
The Littlest Christmas Kettle by Deborah Cranford and Michael R. Cormier
Readers of all ages will enjoy this delightful Christmas tale of Anna and her mission to find a purpose for Sallie, the littlest Christmas kettle. Bright and colorful illustrations will engage readers as they follow the story of a community coming together to find ways to raise money and bring joy to those less fortunate during the Christmas season.
Classic Christmas Stories by Frank Galgay
Bestselling author Frank Galgay offers up this collection of his personal favourites from a wide variety of Canadian writers. Spanning 160 years, Classic Christmas Stories includes heartwarming tales of Christmases from pastoral Canadian towns, to hustling and bustling cities where the Christmas spirit can often be woefully hard to find.
The Gift of Christmas by Nellie P. Strowbridge
From the author of the bestselling Far From Home comes an unforgettable volume of Christmas stories and poetry set in modern-day Newfoundland. While drawing on her own memories of growing up in outport Newfoundland, Nellie Strowbridge recaptures sights and sounds of the festive season that will fascinate and tantalize even readers from afar with nostalgic reverie.
A Time That Was by Gary Collins
Gary Collins invites us to live again the gone forever. These stories embody the soul of Christmas in outport Newfoundland, and each one carries a message that rings true every time: all roads lead to home. Christmas, with all its lights and music and gift giving, is also a time to remember days long ago. Community togetherness and the strength of family come alive in these pages, where Gary Collins, in his inimitable style, reminds us of the poverty of possession and the wealth of sharing.