Item description for The Christmas Hope (Christmas Hope Series #3) by Donna VanLiere & Oliver Wyman...
Overview Perennial New York Times bestsellers and Audie Award finalists The Christmas Shoes and The Christmas Blessing have become inpspirational holiday classics, and The Christmas Hope is poised to become a seasonal favorite in its own right. Patricia and Mark Addison have long given up the hope of having a meaningful Christmas. But this year, Patricia's job as a social worker will lead her to a very special five-year-old. Against her better judgement, Patricia bends the rules and takes the little girl to her own home. Through the presence of Emily in their house, and her penetrating questions about heaven, the Addisons learn that there is no sorrow so great that faith cannot help you find your way through. And Christmas will once more be a time of joy in their home. The Christmas Hope is a story of love in the face of loss, joy when all seems hopeless, and how light can shine into the darkest places.
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Studio: Oasis Audio
Running Time: 180.00 minutes
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 5.75" Height: 4.75" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Oct 31, 2005
Publisher Oasis Audio
Series Christmas Hope
Series Number 3
ISBN 1598590944 ISBN13 9781598590944
Availability 0 units.
More About Donna VanLiere & Oliver Wyman
Donna VanLiere is a "New York Times" and "USA Today" best-selling author. Her much-loved Christmas Hope series includes "The Christmas Shoes" and "The Christmas Blessing," both of which were adapted into movies for CBS Television; "The Christmas Secret"; and "The Christmas Hope," which was adapted into a film by Lifetime. She is also the author of "The Angels of Morgan Hill" and "Finding Grace." VanLiere is the recipient of a Retailer's Choice Award for Fiction, a Dove Award, a Silver Angel Award, an Audie Award for best inspirational fiction, and a nominee for a Gold Medallion Book of the Year. She is a gifted speaker who speaks regularly at conferences. She lives in Franklin, Tennessee, with her husband and their children.
Donna VanLiere currently resides in Nashville, in the state of Tennessee. Donna VanLiere was born in 1966.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Christmas Hope (Christmas Hope Series #3)?
A wonderful continuation of the series Aug 18, 2008
Donna VonLiere delights us all again with the third book in her "Christmas" series. Just as poignent as the previous two books; it is a book to be kept and read year after year. This is the stuff that family traditions are made of, so gather the kids, mom and dad, the grandfolks, and the cats and dogs and sit down by a warm fire and read aloud. It won't disappoint you.
The Christmas Hope ( Christmas Hope Series #3) Jun 22, 2008
This book is as good as book 1 & 2. It carried the characters from book 1 through this one and added some others. Great fast read. Very inspirational.
Wonderful Book Apr 15, 2008
I have read many books by Donna Van Liere and they have all been so good I could not put them down until I was finished...
A heart warming story of hope Jan 4, 2008
This story depicts realistic characters with serious life struggles who manage to conquer them with the help of a child in need of love and a family. It also includes enjoyable uplifting quotes at the beginning of each chapter. It can be read out of order with the other stories in the series since each book is stand alone.
Awesome book NEEDS TO BE MOVIE Dec 26, 2007
Like her first two books I was able to complete the reading of this book in less than a day. I couldn't put it down. There were a few times where you think ok this character has said this phrase way too much. It did take away something in the book but not much. Throughout the book I was thinking this needs to be a movie! I was even thinking of who would play the parts.
If you are considering buying this with the 4th in the series, I would check it out at a library first. I am onto reading it and so far Im quite bored with it. Sometimes things tend to be described a little too much, I am hoping the story picks up soon