Item description for An Inconvenient Christmas by Joseph S. Bonsall, Jonathan Taylor & Larry Jones...
Overview On Christmas Eve, the Winstead family experiences a variety of inconveniences but through it all, stripped of expensive presents and other material things, the family learns about the true spirit of Christmas.
Publishers Description It's Christmas Eve and the Winstead family is on its way to Grandpa's house for a traditional Christmas with lights, tree, presents, and turkey dinner. . . well, almost. A last-minute letter in the mail, an unexpected snowstorm, car trouble, and a fire all add up to make an inconvenient (to say the least ) Christmas for the Winsteads. Through it all, however, stripped of material encumbrances, the family learns about the true spirit of Christmas. Heart-touching story by Joe Bonsall of the Oak Ridge Boys Beautiful hardcover gift book, fully illustrated in color Expresses a need for a more spiritual Christmas Relates the true meaning of Christmas in a unique way Makes a super Christmas gift
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Studio: New Leaf Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.34" Width: 9.3" Height: 0.37" Weight: 0.89 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2004
Publisher New Leaf Press/Master Books
ISBN 0892215909 ISBN13 9780892215904
Availability 0 units.
More About Joseph S. Bonsall, Jonathan Taylor & Larry Jones
Joseph S. Bonsall is an avid writer, songwriter, and 40-plus year member of the legendary American music group The Oak Ridge Boys. His previous books include G. I. Joe and Lillie and several children's books. For relaxation, Joe retreats to his 350-acre farm on the Tennessee-Kentucky state line with his wife, Mary, and their seven cats. He also plays the banjo!
Joseph S. Bonsall currently resides in Hendersonville, in the state of Tennessee.
Reviews - What do customers think about An Inconvenient Christmas?
This is a great story. Feb 14, 2006
As the book states, this starts out to be one very inconvenient Christmas. Seems like anything that can go wrong, does. A simple trip for the Winstead family to grandpas house for Christmas goes from bad to worse. But then in the spirit of the season all the neighbors an friends pull together and the family has a great Chrismas after all. My favorite part of the book is when Grandpa tells the children his version of the first "Inconvenient Christmas" the story of the birth of Christ, This is a wonderfull story that any child or adult will enjoy reading.