Item description for A Cup of Christmas Tea by Tom Hegg & Warren Hanson...
Overview A nephew's visit to an elderly great-aunt at Christmastime brings him memories of past holidays and the realization of how the human spirit can triumph over adversity.
Publishers Description A new exquisite version of the beloved classic. The story of a young man's reluctant visit to an elderly aunt at Christmastime, and the unexpected joy it brings. A New York Times Bestseller, more than 1.5 million copies have sold. Delicate watercolor illustrations used throughout. Hardcover with gold foil dust jacket and gold metallic ink throughout.
Awards and Recognitions A Cup of Christmas Tea by Tom Hegg & Warren Hanson has received the following awards and recognitions -
Independent Publisher Book Awards - 2007 Silver Medal Winner - Gift category
Citations And Professional Reviews A Cup of Christmas Tea by Tom Hegg & Warren Hanson has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Library Journal - 11/15/2004
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Studio: Waldman House Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8" Width: 7.4" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.62 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2004
Publisher Waldman House Press
ISBN 0931674980 ISBN13 9780931674983
Availability 0 units.
More About Tom Hegg & Warren Hanson
Tom Hegg is a husband, father, grandfather, teacher, actor and writer. He has touched countless lives with his New York Times Best Selling title, "A Cup of Christmas Tea" and his series of books about "PEEF The Christmas Bear." Tom trained at Carnegie-Mellon University and won a Bush Fellowship for Graduate Study at the University of Minnesota. Tom then enjoyed several seasons with the Guthrie Theater Acting Company. He is now the Director of Drama at Breck School in Minneapolis where he holds the rank of Master Teacher. The Heggs - Tom and Peggy - are Minnesota Scandinavians who know all the jokes. Their son, Adam, and his wife, Breanne, have twice made them grandparents. Imogen Beatrice and Helena Blythe are the light of their lives.
Tom Hegg currently resides in Eden Prairie, in the state of Minnesota.
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Reviews - What do customers think about A Cup of Christmas Tea?
Pure Poetry Apr 14, 2008
As I sat at my computer, I glanced over at my bookcase and reached for a book. It was a Cup Of Christmas Tea. I began reading out loud and soon started crying. Several times I had to stop and wipe away tears. It takes you back to when holidays were simple and pure and about the people you love. As I finished the book and wiped away my final tears, I decided that I will make our Chanukah celebration something special for my grandsons.
Cup of Christmas Tea Dec 28, 2007
Symbolized by sharing a cup of tea with an elderly aunt and reminiscing about Christmases past - this is a heart warming poem reminding us to slow down during the holidays and enjoy our time with family and friends.
This book inspires me anew every Christmas Dec 18, 2007
A friend recommended this book to me several years ago, and when I read it, I was moved to tears. Since that time, I have given countless copies to friends and family because I want to share the message that I received from it with everyone I know. The text is brief, but very descriptive, so I could picture in my mind the events that the authors were describing. The message that I received is that monetary gifts are not as important as the gift of time that we spend with others; so often we set out to do things for others because we feel obligated, and in the end are more blessed than the person who was the object of our attention. This is truly a wonderful Christmas story to read again and again!
Still as charming as ever... Jan 11, 2007
I think of this book as an adult "christmas book". I have had a copy for some years and purchased this one to accompany a Spode Christmas "tea pot and cup for one" I gave to my mother. The 25th Anniversary Edition is a celebration of a book that will never go out of style and is a perennial reminder of gracious traditions and feelings that are the heart's treasures.
A Cup of Christmas Tea Jan 10, 2007
It's a family tradition to read this book at Christmas