Item description for Merry Christmas with Love by Chris Shea...
Overview Shea, whose artwork and prose have earned her nationwide acclaim, reflects on Christmas through her collection of art and reflection, leaving no doubt Who is behind the celebration.
The true meaning of Christmas has become a catch phrase for those bemoaning the commercialism of the season. Chris Shea, whose artwork and prose have earned her nationwide acclaim, refects on Christmas through her collection of art and reflection, leaving no doubt Who is behind the celebration.
Shea's work is reminiscent of the childhood joys of Christmas, as well as the joy found in the birth of Christ, a gift that supersedes that found under any tree. Ideal for gift-giving or personal enjoyment and devotion that enhances the enchantment of the season by focusing on the Savior.
Citations And Professional Reviews Merry Christmas with Love by Chris Shea has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Christian Retailing - 08/23/2004 page 44
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 4.75" Height: 5.75" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Oct 7, 2003
Publisher Thomas Nelson
ISBN 140410013X ISBN13 9781404100138
Availability 0 units.
More About Chris Shea
Chris Shea is the author of "So This Is How Being a Grandmother Feels" and "What Can I Give You?" Her popular line of greeting cards, Lifesighs, is distributed at more than 2,000 locations throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Chris Shea currently resides in San Diego, in the state of California. Chris Shea was born in 1949.
Chris Shea has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Merry Christmas with Love?
Not worth much... Jan 14, 2007
I was sorely disappointed with this little booklet. I was able to read it in about three minutes. That's not my idea of a worthwhile book.
I suppose you could describe this as a children's book, which is the only potential defense of its publication. However, it's not marketed to children, and I think it's intended to be inspirational to adults.
It's cute, and the message is true. But it's too simple, too saccharine, and too short for my taste.
Though this may seem like a nice Christmas gift book, but I'd recommend finding something more substantial.
The True Meaning of the Season Jan 16, 2004
This is such a sweet book! Cute, simple little pictures and few words but the meaning comes through loud and clear. It is written for young and old alike. I read it to my children immediately. It really helps you take some time out and focus on the gift that was given to all of us! Enjoy!