Hope Jensen is a young, single woman and an aspiring newspaper writer, and when she receives a much-needed but anonymous Christmas gift, she's determined to find her benefactor. That search leads her to an unusual family with a longstanding Christmas tradition. Sensing a front-page feature article, Hope desperately wants to publish their story, but doing so would be a breach of trust. What she decides to do will change her life forever.
Destined to become a classic Christmas tale, Christmas Jars is a heartwarming story that will restore your faith in mankind and make you want to start your own Christmas Jar tradition.
©2005 Jason F. Wright (P)2006 Shadow Mountain
"Beautifully written. I believe the Christmas Jars tradition will change lives." (Richard Paul Evans, New York Times bestselling author)
"This inspirational Christmas novella will engage readers' hearts."--Publishers Weekly
"Just like It's a Wonderful Life, Christmas Jars is American storytelling at its best. Jason Wright has written the next Christmas classic."--Glenn Beck
Saw a reference to this book online and decided to give it a try. It is an easy listen with likeable characters and a sweet story. I appreciated the absence of a love story; it was a nice change. I listened to the sequel immediately after finishing this one.
This is one of the most beautifully crafted stories I have ever heard. I drive an hour to and from work every day listening to audiobooks as I go. Christmas Jars was such a good book that I found myself hoping I'd get stuck in traffic so that I could keep listening. I was pulled into the lives of all of the characters and found myself wanting to start my own Christmas Jar. On more than one occasion I found myself sobbing at various parts of the story. I believe everyone should hear this remarkable tale. This book captures the true spirit of Christmas, forgiveness, and all of the magic it holds!
There is no way I could pick a favorite character. They were all amazing.
My favorite scene is at the end. There is a special twist in the last few chapters that brings this book to a mighty finish.
I would take Mr. Maxwell out. This man had the biggest heart and spirit of all. He was a comedian too.
a wonderful book that will get you in the Christmas spirit. the book highlights the meaning that it is better to give than receive. Well written and well read. I would recommend this book for anyone searching for a good story for Christmas.
If you need some reminders of the goodness in life then this is for you. This heartwarming story of the unknown affect that kindness can have brought warmth to my heart.
An inspiring tale of giving, love, family and the power of hope.
Motivating Christmas book!
The random acts of kindness offer inspiration to begin family traditions!
All of the people lined up bringing their own family Christmas Jars.
Hope - because it would be a great opportunity to ask her about time with her mother.
Thank you for the audio book! We enjoyed it very much!!
"Inspiring made me cry"
Loved this story made me cry whilst driving home. Recommend it to all and merry Christmas enjoy as much as I did
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