Christmas Treasures is a collection of six heartwarming stories for the holiday season. The short stories in this edition are not overtly religious, focusing instead on themes of generosity, forgiveness, humility, coming of age, lifelong friendship, and repentance. Six years in the making, the audiobook is the result of love for family and tradition.
"Wonderful Christmas Book"
Emma Watson couldn't ask for a better life. Employed by Chicago's prestigious Arthur Fletcher Architecture firm, she has a good job, an apartment, lots of friends and a promising future. Suddenly summoned to her boss's office, her life is about to change. On a moment's notice and with no chance to refuse, she finds herself on a business trip to San Francisco in the company of the dashing Phillip Baldwin. Under the guidance of millionaire heiress, Maisie Hamilton, she embarks on an emotional journey of self-discovery.
Book One is a charming Christmas story, introducing Montgomery Worthington, a proper and businesslike mouse with a flair for diplomacy and a love of music. When a rough and tumble family of mice moves into the church organ and threatens to ruin Christmas, Montgomery is summoned to save the season with a little help from the town mice and his business associate, a cat named Carlyle.
"The Bells of Red Glen"
The adventures of Red Glen finally come together in Red Glen One Volume. The award winning three volume series consists of The Bells of Red Glen, The Prince of Red Glen and The Streets of Red Glen. Join the courageous band of mice through the entire series as they encounter wicked cats, rough and tumble dogs, cruel enemies and violent storms.
"Amazing Fantasy Adventure For All Ages"
Even after four generations, the spirit of Montgomery Worthington lives on in a distant grandson named Chance Reading. In the wake of a furious storm, Chance and his friend Hero Swift find themselves among a ragged band of refugees determined to make sense of the ruin of their beloved town. Bound to a common cause but separated by fate, two mice strive for reunion in the face of disaster, madness, and betrayal.
Tony Price is once again put to the test as an invading army from the nearby town of St. Peter attempts to lay siege to Red Glen, hoping to claim it as compensation for the loss of their own town in the wake of the war at Greening colony. A daring and ambitious raid has robbed Tony of nearly half his army and there is no time to enlist the aid of cats, dogs or any other allies. The fate of Red Glen rests in the hands of Tony, his devoted soldiers and a band of brothers known only as Hawks.
"The Prince of Red Glen"