Monday, December 5, 2011

Christ-Centered Christmas by Hal & Melanie Young



Published by- Great Waters Press

Copyrighted- 2011

Number of pages- 80

Age Group- Families

Description of Book- e-book, download price $15 but now as a new release it is $6


Christmas will be here before you know it.  Christ-Centered Christmas by Hal and Melanie Young  help you to bring Christmas back to something simpler.

Inside you will find:

  • Carols- with links to the music
  • Christmas crafts
  • Christmas traditions you can make your own
  • Many Christmas recipes
  • Ideas for meaningful Christmas presents   

About the Authors- Hal and Melanie Young live in North Carolina with their eight children who have always been homeschooled.  Hal has published many articles in homeschooling magazines and is also a consulting engineer.  Melanie is a full time mom and serves as information director for Johnston Country Home Educators and board-certified lactation consultant.

My Thoughts- Hal and Melanie Young have written and shared a meaningful e-book for Christmas.  I know I am going to be printing this e-book, so I can put it in with our Christmas books for years to come.

I love cooking, so I would have to say that was my favorite part of the e-book.  I got so hungry while reading and seeing the pictures of the Christmas recipes.  I am planning on making Granny’s Fruitcake and Orange Juice Balls with my children.  And if we have time I would like to make more to take to people for presents.

I enjoyed seeing the large selection of traditional Christmas carols.  The kids and I have decided that we’re going to learn some of these  songs for school and sing them for friends and family.

I highly recommend this book to everyone who want to celebrate a traditional Christmas.  This e-book will guide you in the best way to have a Christmas centered on Christ.  

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received Christ-Centered Christmas for free from Hal and Melanie Young.  The opinions I have expressed are my own.  I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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