Orson Scott Card offers a Christmas gift to his millions of fans with this short novel set during Ender's first years at the Battle School where it is forbidden to celebrate religious holidays.
Cumming, Georgia journalist Jessica Holland isn't feeling the joy of the holiday. Recently dumped by someone she didn't even love, she's more fa la la la blah than fa la la la la. So when her best friend Ashley forces her to sit on Santa's lap at the local mall, the Scrooge in her comes out. Jessica doesn't believe in Santa - that silly myth is only for children. Or is he? When Santa tells Jessica he'll give her whatever she wants for Christmas and that she'll finally believe in his magic, she asks for the one thing she knows he can't give. She asks for true love. But can Santa make that happen?
Children. They don't always have an easy life. Susan is caught up in her mother's grief. Jessica has been very ill, and now she has another problem. A fourteen-year-old inner-city boy goes on holiday for the first time. Short stories to challenge your perception of childhood.
It was a very warm morning in June. Edna and her friend Dorothy Evans were sitting under the trees trying to keep cool. They both wore their thinnest morning frocks and had pinned their hair up in little pug knots on the tops of their heads. They had their boxes of pieces and were trying to make something suitable for their dolls to wear in the hot weather.
A Gift for the Taking answers the questions many people have about the gifts of the Holy Spirit and speaking in tongues. It is powerful encouragement based on the truth from God's Word that removes the myths and reveals the truth about the extravagant riches every believer in Jesus Christ is offered. Your answer to one simple question can change your life and the legacy you leave behind.
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