In a flawed world, so much depends on kindnesses, great and small. Christmas is a time when people around the globe seem to steady themselves, and brush away the previous year's unpleasant intrusion.
God blessed us with a very great kindness, so many years ago - in a common, unrefined stable. And so today, whether it be the cool kiss of snowflakes on a wintry stroll, or the grateful smile of a needy child - we are reminded that there is love in our lives.
For this unique sequel to Tending the Masters Garden, poet May Harris Gray and her grandson Charles Peer have combined to gift us with their own special abilities in verse and art, and preserve for generations to come what Christmas means to a world in need of love.
10 x 71/2 • 72 Pages • Casebound