The year end holidays are filled with religious, cultural, and family tradition.
Foods considerate too rich, or too time-consuming to make find their way to a holiday table.
Perhaps you listen to certain music, or attend an annual concert, play, or performance.
One of the traditions in our family is gifts — and books in particular. Like most traditions it can be traced for several generations.
The volume on the left, Ben-Hur, is inscribed to one of my great uncles, from his sister, for Christmas 1913 and New Year 1914. Heidi, in the center, was under the Christmas tree for me in 1956 (from my parents). Completing the trio, the book on the right was a more recent Christmas gift from a son.
So, whether from one sibling to another, parents to child or child to parent — consider an easy to wrap, no batteries required, quiet gift at your celebration. Also works well from one friend to another.
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A book I received when I was one from Aunt Alice and Uncle Albin, family gifts, Bible stories, Golden books, Roy Rogers collection,LITTLE WOMEN and several of the best of children’s stories all sit on my shelves. Recent gifts include books by Ellen Parker, Kathleen Ernst. All are treasures.