Chicken Soup For The Soul – Christmas In Canada – Book Review
I am not Canadian. Although I’ve always wanted to visit my Northern neighbors, I’ve never had the opportunity to do so. But – Christmas knows no geographic boundaries – and this season, Create With Joy is happy to spread the holiday spirit with Christmas Soup For The Soul – Christmas In Canada – 101 Stories About The Joy And Wonder Of The Holidays!
First things first: Although this book is written by Canadians, and will certainly be on my Canadian readers’ wish lists – this book isn’t just for Canadians!
Christmas In Canada is written for everyone who loves celebrating Christmas – who looks forward to the wonder and magic that the Christmas holidays hold – who wants to keep the Christmas spirit alive long after December 25 has come and gone.
Christmas In Canada is written for Canadians – but it’s also written for me and you!
What types of stories will you find inside of Christmas In Canada? Let’s take a peek inside:
- The Spirit Of Christmas
- Holiday Celebrations & Traditions
- Holiday Memories
- O Christmas Tree!
- The Santa Files
- A Winter Wonderland
- Taking Care Of Each Other
- Angels In Our Midst
- The True Meaning Of Christmas
- The Spirit Of Giving
With so many delightful categories vying for your attention, it will be hard for all but the most disciplined among us to read this book from beginning to end (I’ll confess – I tend to be a random reader when it comes to Chicken Soup For The Soul as I cannot resist skipping around!)
If you’re looking for a wonderful collection of Christmas stories to warm your hearts this season, Chicken Soup For The Soul – Christmas In Canada deserves a place under your Christmas tree or in your stocking.
Be sure to pick up copies for yourself and your friends – and, if you’re in the US/Canada, be sure to enter our Christmas Giveaway!
Disclosure: I received a copy of this book from Chicken Soup For The Soul for review purposes. The opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.
About Chicken Soup
Chicken Soup for the Soul Publishing, LLC, publishes the famous “Chicken Soup for the Soul” book series. In 2007, USA Today named “Chicken Soup For The Soul” one of the five most memorable books in the last quarter century. With over 100 million books sold to date in the U.S. and Canada alone, almost 250 titles in print and translations into more than 40 languages, “Chicken Soup for the Soul” is one of the world’s best known phrases. Today, 20 years, after it first began sharing readers’ experiences, Chicken Soup for the Soul continues to provide extraordinary stories through its new books but has also evolved beyond the bookstore.
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Chicken Soup For The Soul – Christmas In Canada – Giveaway
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I have always enjoyed touring whatever city I happen to be in to look at the Christmas light displays. It’s always so cheerful and inspiring. Thanks
It must be fun seeing all of the lights across the globe!
Best of luck to you Carl – have a wonderful holiday season!
Ooops! I forgot to include my email: carlscott(at)prodigy(dot)net(dot)mx
I enjoy seeing the Christmas lights every year!
That is one of my favorite traditions too Melissa!
Thanks for entering this giveaway – best of luck to you!
I live in Canada and our tradition is to have a Ukranian Christmas Eve meal.
I just love it, everything is all homemade by me, perogies and cabbage rolls and we always have fish with the meal.
Very cool Marjorie – I love perogies!
Enjoy your Christmas season and best of luck to you!
I hope you have a wonderful Christmas. Merry Christmas to you and your family.
Thanks Marjorie – Happy New Year to you! 🙂
One family tradition is opening gifts on Christmas Eve. 🙂
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That is one of my favorite traditions Lauren!
Best of luck to you!
My favorite Christmas tradition is opening one gift each on Christmas Eve with my Mom. Another favorite is making the family Christmas donation to the animal shelter.
Sounds like a nice book. I have read all the Chicken Soup ones about cats.
I love watching Christmas movies! Home Alone every year!
Being a Canadian, I cordially invite you to visit our fine land some time soon! You will love it. I have to say I love our snowy weather at Christmas time and my family has a tradition of doing an outdoor activity – skiing, skating, sledding and then coming in for hot chocolate! My kind of Christmas.
Thank you for the invitation Barb – I hope to take you up on it one of these days!
The best christmas tradition is mummering. We dress up in silly outfits with our face completely covered. Then we visit our family and friends homes for music and socialable drink while they try and figure out who we are.
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Love it – this is the first time I have heard of this tradition!
I get a new bird ornament each year to put on my tree that is all birds or anything related to birds.
My other tradition is that I bake several people my famous gingerbread cookies. I seem to pick up more people each year that want a plateful of them! I have had to say I can’t, especially when I am having a bad spell with my RA and Fibromyalgia!
I love bird ornaments – especially peacocks – and would buy them for the tree if it weren’t for the fact that that would just be ASKING for trouble considering I have a house full of cats! 🙂
Your cookies sound fab! Have a wonderful Christmas season!