This charming book contains ten children's stories by Glenn W. Martin. The first eight stories were written for his grandchildren, and to be read to the children of the churches he served at their Christmas Eve Family Services. You will meet Browser the dog, and Marty Mouse, and the three performers who missed the Christmas Pageant. You will find out if Patty got her Christmas wish, and learn about the girl who didn't want anything for Christmas. You will go to the manger with the stable boy, and share the disappointment of Ladius, the shepherd boy, who had to stay home. And you will wonder, with the blind Jacob, whether or not the new baby can really work miracles. The last two stories were written specifically for this book, for his two youngest grandchildren. You will learn why Jesus is missing from the manger, and why Shirley Starcluster can't twinkle.These stories, which are dedicated to Glenn's grandchildren, will never grow old or out-of-date. They will continue to delight, inspire, and bring hope and joy.They are his gift to all children, whoever and wherever they may be.
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A charming collection of ten original children's Christmas stories written by a grandfather for his grandchildren.About the Author:
Glenn W. Martin is originally from Sheboygan, Wisconsin. He has a journalism degree from the University of Wisconsin, and a graduate degree from Boston University. During his lifetime, he has been a writer, and ordained minister. Now retired, living in St. Anthony, Minnesota, he does freelance writing and speaking.
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