Amazon FREE Christmas Ebooks, (Tuesday, Nov. 27)

Touching Wonder: Recapturing the Awe of Christmas

Touching Wonder: Recapturing the Awe of Christmas

John Blase

Price: FREE

Not only do I plan to read “Touching Wonder” during this Advent with my family, I also plan to send this book to several friends. Recapturing the awe of Christmas is truly a gift worth giving!

Chad Estes

This bold retelling of Luke 1-2, based on Eugene Peterson’s Message translation, reads like a novel and invites readers to experience the Nativity with fresh wonder.

To Eugene Peterson’s The Message Bible translation, John Blase adds his own storytelling voice, exploring the familiar events from multiple first-person viewpoints. What emerges is the intimate story of unlikely people – a frightened teenage girl, a worried carpenter, a collection of senior citizens, a disillusioned young shepherd – meeting up with the divine as they bumble and stumble toward the realization that the little one just born is the One.

This retold story of Word made flesh invites readers to react appropriately – with eyes opened wide in wonder, jaws dropped in amazement, and hearts rejoicing. The beautiful design and Amanda Jolman’s lively line drawings make this book a fitting gift as well as a Christmas tradition that families will treasure for years to come.

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Homemade Christmas Gifts

Homemade Christmas Gifts

Toni Anderson

Price: FREE

This book has many great ideas for gifts for all occasions. I was impressed with the variety of ideas, extending from gifts for children to adults, and from quick and inexpensive to more thoughtful and elegant. All of the gifts looked easy to complete and not too time consuming. I will definitely be referencing this book many times throughout the year.

wife21mom22

Homemade Christmas gifts don’t have to look like they came out of your 3 year-old’s Sunday School class. There are some amazing homemade gift ideas that can be made by real-life moms on a real-life budget!

In this book you’ll find step-by-step instructions for sixty gifts that you can make using easy to find items and you don’t have to be an expert crafter to do it!

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American Traditions: German Baking for the Holidays

American Traditions: German Baking for the Holidays

Stephanie D. Berg

Price: FREE

I loved this book. I had been searching for German recipes for ions. My family rarely, if ever, wrote their recipes down and I really wanted to make some of my favorites from the past. I thank the author AND Amazon for making it available.

Auddie

This cookbook is comprised of some of our family’s favorite German cookies and cake recipes. Having lived in Germany for four years as a child myself, I have tried to pass on the love of the country and its traditions to my family. My children are the fourth-generation born in the U.S.A. and have all fully embraced their German heritage. We would like to share these delicious favorites with you in the hopes that you will enjoy them as much as our family. While many of them are described as Christmastime treats, don’t be afraid to enjoy them year round!

Please note that I do not claim these recipes are ‘authentic’. Rather, they are streamlined creations that evoke the feeling of German, Bavarian, and Swiss recipes.

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Grandma's Christmas Cookies (Easy Cheap Comfort Eats)

Grandma’s Christmas Cookies (Easy Cheap Comfort Eats)

Cynthia Hill Durham

Price: FREE

All the cookies from my childhood that we baked at Christmas time – Snickerdoodles, Anise, Chocolate Chunkies, Bourbon Balls, Whiskey Sugar Cookies. They’re right here, waiting for you to stir them up for your family!

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