Can Santa learn a lesson from the Savior?

Can a foreign exchange student help you see Christmas a little more clearly?

Do things really look better from a distance?

And just how many holiday ornaments does one woman need?

Get in the Christmas Spirit with Checkin' It Twice & Other Heartwarming Holiday Tales, Volume 2 of award-winning stories from LDS Publisher's 2010 and 2011 Christmas Story Contests.

"Foreign Exchange," Teresa G. Osgood's story of bad weather, car problems, and culture shock on Christmas Eve, won the Publisher's Choice Award in 2011.

Sing We Now of ChristmasChristmas carols capture the spirit of Christmas like nothing else, and Sing We Now of Christmas: An Advent Anthology brings beloved carols to life like never before.

Walk in the footsteps of good King Wenceslas. Experience anew the bells on Christmas Day. Witness the journey of a soldier who lost his voice as he participates in the miracle of Silent Night. Experience all this and more in twenty-five heartfelt, entertaining tales–one for every day through Christmas itself.  This anthology is ready to become a new advent tradition for your family!

The stories have been donated by a team of authors from across the country, teaming together for a good cause.  All proceeds from sales of the anthology will be donated to the National Down Syndrome Society.

How can a street urchin afford a little warmth?  "In the Bleak Midwinter," by Teresa G. Osgood, was inspired by and named after Christina Rosetti's poem.

Introducing Michael Young's second Advent Anthology:  Carol of the Tales and Other Nightly Noels

Throw your cares away with the tales from sweet silver bells. Find out how Santa Claus dabbles in time travel, and feel the redemption of a dying wife's parting Christmas gift. Experience all this and more in a month's worth of tales donated by a team of authors from across the country, teaming together for a good cause. The proceeds from the sale of this collection will be donated toward Autism research and advocacy.

Meet three travelers from very, very far away in "We Three K'ngs," by Teresa G. Osgood.

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