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Collection of 25 days of Christmas Poetry Paperback – December 28, 2013
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Bowers opens her treasure chest of vivid recollections for us to share, and every poem is like a picture in a scrapbook that tells its own story. ~By Amazon Customer ~
From the Author
When I started back into the writing scene I had the whole wrong meaning for what I wanted and I poured this book out in 25 days and I can say it is one of my favorites. Christmas is the time of year that is big around our house. Being a mom if four kids, and my youngest son being Autistic Christmas has become a big event. Even though to him Christmas means Santa and presents under the tree, he also realizes that it is Christ's birthday and that we are to celebrate Him as well. My older children are out of the stage of Santa but still in love with the whole spirit of Christmas. I wrote this poetry more so to fit on what Christmas means to us as a family. Such as the poems about Christ and how we serve Him first, to the Christmas tree we put up every year and the anticipation of gifts and stockings, cards we receive to the cookies we bake it all plays a part in our family home and within this book of poetry.
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It is the human element and the feelings of love, warmth and kindness that the author successfully portrays, reminding us of the simple pleasures of “Christmas Cards” and the lifelong memories of “Winter”. Bowers opens her treasure chest of vivid recollections for us to share, and every poem is like a picture in a scrapbook that tells its own story. The moral of this anthology is the blessing of being able to share, and “Maybe Christmas” reminds us that charity is often a bigger blessing to the giver than the receiver.
Christmas may have come and gone, but 25 Days of Christmas Poetry by Jeniann Bowers has a unique ability to bring Christmas to our hearts 365 days a year.
My favorites are My Gift to you, Christ is Caring, Maybe Christmas…, and Letter to Santa. I will be reading this book with my children this holiday season and I think that they will enjoy it as well. Was a really nice book to read and I recommend it to everyone. 5*****