Has Christmas ever seemed too much to grasp with its rushing here and there to buy and exchange gifts, to visit and feast with all the relatives and friends, and to celebrate until your heart is so worn out that it can no longer find any meaning in the feast at all? Then read qThe Mystery of the Christmas Dollhouseq and see how a single gift given so tenderly by an innocent child can change the routine of gift giving ever after. If you truly wish to appreciate Christmas and to understand a little more its deeper meanings, then see it from nine year old Melanie Wassel's little heart when she comes to live with her new parents, Emil and Ruth Wassel for Christmas 1956. By understanding the mysteries surrounding Melanie Wassel and her aloofness for what her new parents believe Christmas ought to be, you will come to realize with her how Christmas, the greatest of Christian feasts, is a feast of children, about children and for children, no matter how old or young they may be!In fact she had been concentrating her energies on rearranging the dollhousea#39;s interiora as one might expect most little ... of all the delicately carved furniture of elegant mahogany finish; including all such formalities which such stately homes anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Mystery of the Christmas Dollhouse|
|Author||:||James F. Bixby|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2010-08|