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Eleanor Jo: A Christmas to Remember

by Eleanor Clark

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 097530366X, Hardcover)

Little did nine year-old Holly know that her Grandmother would tell a story that would sweep her back in time to a special Christmas during the Great Depression when her Grandmother, Eleanor Jo, was a little girl. Eleanor Jo was eagerly awaiting her favorite time of year...Christmas! She knew times were financially hard for her family, but she was looking forward to all the treats, singing, and yes, the presents! Join Eleanor Jo as she discovers the true meaning of Christmas and experiences a Christmas family miracle that will impact generations to come. Eleanor Jo: A Christmas to Remember is the first release in the 7 book series of "The Eleanor Series." These fiction books are based on the true-life family history of Eleanor Clark, the author. Written in the same vein as the vastly popular American Girl series books, these stories are historically accurate, span several generations, and highlight the nation's Christian heritage of faith. Twenty-first century readers are sure to relate to these amazing stories of young women from American history that have faced and overcome obstacles with the help of the Lord. Modern parents will be blessed as their children learn countless lessons from the pages of each book in the series.

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Holly's grandmother tells her about Christmas during the Great Depression. Based on the author's family history.

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