Item description for A Christmas To Remember by Charlie Jones...
A collection of reminiscences of special Christmas days. A Christmas to Remember takes us back to a time 'long ago' of innocence and heartwarming family gatherings. These special stories began as part of Christmas day tradition at Charlie's home, when family and friends gathered after dinner to share memories of Christmas' past. Reading these stories will conjure the reader's memories as well; what an inspiring way to keep the past alive and to relive this special holiday again and again.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.4" Width: 4.6" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date Nov 30, 2004
Publisher Seven Locks Press
ISBN 1931643563 ISBN13 9781931643566
Availability 0 units.
More About Charlie Jones
Jones, in his 39-year career as a network sportscaster, has covered 28 different sports from 41 states and 25 foreign countries, including Super Bowls I, III, and IX, and Olympic Games in Seoul, Barcelona, and Atlanta.
Charlie Jones currently resides in La Jolla, in the state of California. Charlie Jones was born in 1930.
Reviews - What do customers think about A Christmas To Remember?
Endearing true Christmas stories Aug 10, 2005
I love this little book. Charlie Jones has a gift for pulling together genuine people and their wonderful memories for all to share. I would highly recommend this fine book for yourself and as a gift.
A Christmas to Remember Dec 11, 2004
A CHRISTMAS TO REMEMBER By CHARLIE JONES
"A Christmas to Remember" by Charlie Jones is a warmly full and compelling book. This is an anthology of stories and anecdotes that will reach out and touch emotions and Christmas memories deep inside every reader. The 36 separate experiences presented in the book made up the Christmas lives of many people, some famous, and others a bit less publicly visible. These are folks of all ages, living through separate Christmas experiences. Unless you are made of stone, these remembrances will cause you honest and spontaneous smiles, out loud laughter and occasionally a few compassionate tears as you read a life or two unfolding. I was so fascinated by each of the stories; I read one after the other, eagerly consuming the book as fast as I could. Then I realized I wanted to be able to spread my enjoyment out over several days to savor the collection. I also wanted to share these stories by talking with my grandchildren about them and my memories these stories brought to my mind. I decided to read only 5 stories a day. That gave me a full week of warm fuzzy feelings to build into Christmas this year. I intend to keep this book for many years in the future as a catalyst to help my family remember how wonderful the Christmas spirit really can be.
Charlie Jones IS Santa!! Dec 9, 2004
If you have grown too old or "too wise" to believe in Santa Claus or Christmas, read this book. In just 78 pages Charlie Jones takes you around the world for a magical remembrance of big and little events you will recall...becasue most of them have happened to you in some way...you just forgot. Thanks Charlie for my 62 Christmases to Remember. Ed
You'll want to keep one for yourself. Dec 8, 2004
This little book can easily be read in an evening. But unlike "popcorn movies" or books which entertain and then can't be remembered the next day this little gem stays with you. Something about the way it is crafted. Reading stories of not just good but also bad Christmases helped me dredge up and polish up my own memories of Christmases past. I bought copies as stocking stuffers for others but enjoyed it so much I decided to keep a copy for me!
Teachers Presents Dec 7, 2004
Don't know what to get your childs teacher or a co-worker? Well, "A Christmas to Remember" is the perfect gift. Terrific stories from the distant past and some not so long ago. Everyone has their favorite Christmas story and this book makes you remember them. A GREAT Stocking Stuffer! Julie Smitherman