Award-Winning Christmas Book Makes Great Last-Minute Gift

13 Dec

If you’re anything like us, you have a tendency to overlook important things from time to time or just flat-out put it off until the last possible minute. Christmas is no different. I can see your grin from here – you know it’s true. Not to worry, guys, we’ve stumbled upon an award-winning book that aims to express the true meaning of Christmas. That book, you might ask, is Mary’s Son: A Tale of Christmas by Darryl Nyznyk – and it has received three Mom’s Choice Awards.

Hopefully you know by now that we’ve got your back, dad. That’s why we share our stories with you and tell you about great products. Christmas is no different. As a special for the readers of TheNoobDad, the author is offering the e-book for only $2.99 on Amazon for the month of December! What’s it about? Check out this excerpt from the press release:

“Mary’s Son: A Tale of Christmas (Cross Dove Publishing), winner of
three Mom’s Choice Awards, is a modern-day story in which a mysterious
old man named Nicholas shares the true meaning of Christmas with two
young people. Sarah Stone is an 11-year-old rich girl who lives “on
the hill” amid butlers, nannies, housekeepers, and a father who is too
busy for her. Jared Roberts is a 13-year-old tough kid from the “sink”
on the other side of town where he and his gang barely survive broken
families.

Both Jared and Sarah struggle with holes in their family lives:
Jared’s father left his family in poverty, while Sarah lost her mother
as an infant. On the night that Jared plans to burglarize Sarah’s
home, the two are whisked back in time by Nicholas, to witness a
Christmas from long ago where they learn the meaning of life in a way
they never imagined. Together, their personal anger and hurt
dissolves, inspiring them to convey the true Christmas message to a
cynical world.

Mary’s Son is a story of youthful fears, passion, and tears that
gives readers of all ages hope for a better world. Like the iconic
Christmas image of Santa Claus kneeling before the manger, the story
moves readers of multiple generations, as it allows parents to
demonstrate the true meaning of Christmas, while still allowing young
people to identify with the more secularized traditions of the season.”

However you and your family decide to celebrate December 25th, there’s a good chance your kids will love the book. Share your funniest Christmas story with us in the comments and one lucky winner will receive a hard copy of the book.

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