Wow! Thanks for this link, Mike. I just went and filled up my virtual
Christmas stocking! <LOL> Just out of curiosity, has anyone scanned either
"The Christmas Blessing" or "The Christmas Hope?" They continue the story
that began with "The Christmas Shoes." I heard an interview with the author
on Sunday morning, and she said that both of the movies for "The Christmas
Shoes" and "The Christmas Blessing" are very different from the books. "The
Christmas Hope" was just released this year. I didn't know about that one
until I heard the interview. Happy reading!
As of about 10 minutes ago:
a minimum of 118 books have been identified and listed as Christmas oriented on Jake Brownell's unoffical BookShare info site at
A direct link to this listing is
Christmas Books on BookShare http://www.jbrownell.com/bks/category.asp?id=20
This listing includes the 5 Christmas titles Gustavo aproved this morning. They appear at the bottom of the list at the above link and are:
'Tis the Season by Kathryn Quick
A Crime for Christmas (A Nancy Drew & Hardy Boys SuperMystery #2) by Carolyn Keene
The Christmas Baby's Gift by Kate Walker
Cinderella Christmas (American Romance) by Shelley Galloway
There's Something About Christmas by Debbie Macomber
If you are logged onto BookShare at the time you click onto the link for that book on Jake's page, you can download that particular book.
There are likely other Christmas books on BookShare that are not part of this list. If you are aware of any, either add them yourself or let Jake, myself, Grace or anyone else who routinely updates of that info so it can be included.
So there is plenty of Christmas material on Bookshare. And if that's not enough, Web-Braille, part of the NLS program, has more.
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