Book Launch for Christmas
Nathan and his sister Rachel are anxiously waiting for Christmas to arrive. Throughout the month of December, there are numerous things that must be completed leading up to Christmas Day, when their mother prepares the Christmas dinner for their large family. Manners are very important to their mother and she always makes sure Nathan and Rachel remember them.
An unexpected visitor is coming to the Christmas dinner who has a handicap. Nathan’s parents prepare Nathan and Rachel, so they don’t blurt out something inappropriate. Unfortunately, there was no way to prepare for the BIG blunder that was to come. Discover what it is and how Nathan and Rachel respond.
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Christmas is Nathan’s favorite holiday, except for his birthday, of course. Your birthday, however, only lasts one day, while Christmas is celebrated for one whole month.
During the month, many holiday traditions are performed. Nathan refers to them as the Christmas traditions and repetitions. Every year Nathan, who is nine, and his family repeat all the traditions they celebrated the year before. Waiting for Santa to come on Christmas Eve is painful because every single day in the month is so long. To Nathan and his sister Rachel, who is now four years old, December feels like an entire year.
At the beginning of December the family decorates the tree and the inside of their home, while Nathan’s father hangs the Christmas lights on the outside of the house. Nathan’s father likes to decorate the exterior of the house by putting lights on the bushes and around the windows. This really makes their house stand out on their street. In fact, their house is so bright, you could say it hurts your eyes if you look at it too long.
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