Published: October 4, 2005
Number of pages: 128
Synopsis:Rising newspaper reporter Hope Jensen uncovers the secret behind the "Christmas Jars" glass jars filled with coins and bills anonymously given to people in need. But Hope discovers much more than she bargained for when some unexpected news sets off a chain reaction of kindness and brings above a Christmas Eve wish come true."
Watch a touching story. This book will pull at your heart strings from the very first page. The whole idea behind the Christmas jars was so touching and thought provoking. After reading this book you will want to start your own Christmas jar. Hope was such a determined person from the time she was little and knew what she wanted. Then along the way she kind of got served a piece of humble pie. Don't get me wrong she was a good person all the way to the end of the book but in her own mind she did something wrong. You will find a lump in your throat as I did while reading this. I just found out there is a sequel to this book which I have to have. This is the second book I have read by this author and he does a great job of making you really stop and think while enjoying a touching story.
About the author:Jason Wright is a New York Times, Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling author.
Jason is a weekly columnist for the Deseret News and Northern Virginia Daily and articles by Jason have appeared in over 50 newspapers and magazines across the United States including The Washington Times, The Chicago Tribune, and Forbes. He is the author of The James Miracle (2004); Christmas Jars (2005); The Wednesday Letters (2007); Recovering Charles (2008), Christmas Jars Reunion (2009); Penny’s Christmas Jar Miracle (2009); The Cross Gardener (2010); The Seventeen Second Miracle (2010); The Wedding Letters (2011); and, The 13th Day of Christmas (2012).
Jason is also a popular speaker who speaks on faith, the Christmas Jars movement, the Joy of Service, the lost art of letter writing and many other topics. He has been seen on CNN, FoxNews, C-SPAN, and on local television affiliates around the country.
Jason is from Charlottesville, Virginia, but has also lived in Germany, Illinois, Brazil, Oregon and Utah. In 2007, while researching Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley for his novel The Wednesday Letters, Jason fell so in love with the area that he moved his family westward from northern Virginia to the Valley.
Jason is married to Kodi Erekson Wright. They have two girls and two boys.
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