Joey has always been smaller than other boys his age. He can't jump as high or run as fast. But Joey knows that it's not how big he is on the outside that matters. And every time someone calls him runt, he grows a little bit bigger where it counts, on the inside.
Nicholas Brandon is a misunderstood old man. He spends his days alone in his big house with no family, except for a large white Belgian wolfhound named Caesar, who scares the neighborhood kids almost as much as Old Man Brandon himself.
In the five days leading up to Christmas, Joey and Mr. Brandon become unlikely friends. When Joey gets the idea to follow Mr. Brandon home to see whether he's really as mean as the neighborhood kids make him out to be, he might be surprised at what he finds.
A Brandonburg Christmas is a classic story of faith and redemption. Author Ross Adams draws listeners into a world where love, trust in God, and the power of friendship reveal the true meaning of Christmas. He offers us all the chance to experience A Brandonburg Christmas.
©2012 Ross Adams (P)2012 Tate Publishing
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