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Top Two Christmas Books

Posted Dec 04 2012 8:54am
What’s on your mind to choose as the Christmas gifts? Personally, I think books are pretty good choices. Books always can teach and remind us things we don’t realize or already forget. What Christmas truly stands for and what really matters in our lives, books can show us.

So here are my recommendations of top two Christmas books, including The Christmas Sweater and The Polar Express, both of them are classic and educational. Of course, we need to purchase the paper books as the gifts, also we can read them on iPad or iPhone, and iTunes data recovery (download it from here ) can help you get the collector’s editions back if you lose them by accident.

The Christmas Sweater. Written by Glenn Beck, this book is about love and forgiveness. Eddie is a little boy who wants a new bicycle as the Christmas gift. But uptight economy situation of his family really can’t afford the bicycle, and his mother knows it deeply after her husband died. But Eddie is too young to understand that, so when he finds a sweater under the Christmas tree, he throws it out in the corner of the room, and he doesn’t know he will regret for it in his rest life, because that sweater is the last gift from his mother.

We all make mistakes in our lives, that is not horrible, what really terrible is to escape from the mistakes we have made. We need to face the pain that has been caused, only that we can get the chance to learn the lessons from it and become a really grow-up person. The lift is about love and forgiveness, no matter what changes happen in the life, we should remember the true meaning of being alive.

The Polar Express. Written by Chris Van Allsburg, this book has been adapted to a movie with the same name. In 1986, Chris Van Allsburg gained the Caldecott Medal relies on this book. After published in 1985, the book became one of the most popular Christmas gifts and still is. And just in case you may lose this book from your iOS devices, you can  click here to figure out how to recover lost data from iOS devices.

When people don’t believe the existence of Santa, there is always a boy believes, and his name is Claus. His belief helps him get a chance to step on the train to North Pole where Santa lives. After an unbelievable journey, he and other kids see Santa and get gifts from Santa.

In reality, people don’t believe in the existence of Santa any more, but what they really miss is not just a story or a tradition, but the true meaning of Santa and Christmas.

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