A Very Merry Christmas
When Geronimo travels to New York City for Christmas, he accidentally switches luggage with another passenger, so he travels all over the city searching for the bag's owner and his own bag, which contains his Christmas presents.
Geronimo Stilton 35 A Very Merry Christmas
Enter the world of Geronimo Stilton, where another funny adventure is always right around the corner. Each book is a fast-paced adventure with lively art and a unique format kids 7-10 will love. 'Tis the season to be jolly -- and holey cheese was I trying! But on my way to New York City to meet my family for the holidays, my luggage got switched with another mouse's... Oh, rats! Now I had to scurry all over the Big Apple trying to track down that mouse... and all my Christmas presents! And I, Geronimo Stilton, am not a big cheese when it comes to getting around the Big Apple!
A Very Merry Christmas
This piping hot collection of steamy holiday romances includes Lori Foster's "Do You Hear What I Hear," in which pet psychic Marci Churchill, accused of stealing a donkey from the local nativity scene, is taken into custody by Sergeant Osbourne Decker. Original.
A Very Merry Christmas Cookbook
Good Housekeeping wishes you a happy holiday with recipes for cooking up a warm and loving Christmas. What makes Christmas merry? A house filled with the aroma of freshly-baked cookies, tables heaped with platters of colorful, yummy treats, and that special feeling when everyone's sharing the holiday meal. Cook up a special, delicious Noël for the ones you love with the help of the editors at Good Housekeeping. They know how to create the tastiest traditions, and these gorgeously illustrated recipes will make for a happy and scrumptious holiday. Since each recipe is triple-tested, you can be sure everything will turn out great. The memorable fare for this festive feast includes Pimento-Studded Deviled Eggs, Christmas Quesadillas, Roast Turkey with Pan Gravy, Apricot-Ginger Carrots, and Brandied Bûche de Noël. Or try something truly decadent and unusual, such as a Caviar Pie. Plus, there's advice on planning the menu and instructions for preparing beautiful table decorations.
A Very Merry Christmas
Previously published in Holiday Magic From acclaimed author Cathy Lamb comes a tender and uplifting story of the challenges and surprises of family, belonging, love…and Christmas. Some people careen through life trailing chaos in their wake. Others get to pick up the pieces. Meredith Ghirlandaio is generally in the latter category, especially when it comes to her irresponsible sister, Leia. Leia’s latest move: abandoning her two children while she runs off to rediscover herself. Meredith immediately steps up, bringing rebellious Sarah and withdrawn Jacob back to her hometown of Telena, Montana, where she opens a B&B. Despite the “Merry Meredith” nickname she earns from her guests, she’s too wary—and too busy—to get involved with any man. Especially one like handsome, self-assured Logan Taylor. But Logan’s not easy to shake, and makes it plain that he’s drawn to everything about Meredith—her tough talk and her cowboy hats, her softness and her strength. Roped into chairing the Telena Christmas concert, Meredith brings townsfolk of all ages together to share stories, talents, and rehearsal potluck dinners. Little by little she’s opening up too. And in between navigating the lessons of the past and acknowledging her own hopes for holidays yet to come, she’s learning that all the gifts she really needs are right there, waiting—if only she’ll claim them. Praise for the novels of Cathy Lamb IF YOU COULD SEE WHAT I SEE “Lamb’s story is earnest, heartwarming and, at times, heartbreaking.” --RT Book Reviews THE FIRST DAY OF THE REST OF MY LIFE “The blending of three or more generations and the secrets they harbor keeps this story moving briskly, culminating in a satisfying ending that makes us believe that despite heartache and angst, there can be such a thing as happily ever after.” --New York Journal of Books SUCH A PRETTY FACE “Stevie’s a winning heroine.” --Publishers Weekly HENRY’S SISTERS An Indie Next List Notable Book “A story of strength and reconciliation and change.” --The Sunday Oregonian “If you loved Terms of Endearment, the Ya Ya Sisterhood, and Steel Magnolias, you will love Henry’s Sisters. Cathy Lamb just keeps getting better and better.” --The Three Tomatoes Book Club THE LAST TIME I WAS ME “Charming.” —Publishers Weekly JULIA’S CHOCOLATES “Julia's Chocolates is wise, tender, and very funny. In Julia Bennett, Cathy Lamb has created a deeply wonderful character, brave and true. I loved this beguiling novel about love, friendship and the enchantment of really good chocolate.” —Luanne Rice, New York Times bestselling author