The year 1991 saw the end of the Cold War. The price of a postage stamp went from $0.25 to $0.29, and gas sold for $1.14 a gallon. It was also the year Christmas in My Heart first went to print, unnumbered, for no one imagined there would be a second book. Or a third.
Now, this edition marks the 25th anniversary of the series—with a total of 402 stories and more than 3,000 pages to date, it is the longest running Christmas story anthology series in America. Loved by thousands, the release of each additional book marks the beginning of the Christmas season in homes all across the country.
Sit back and enjoy Christmas in My Heart 25!
Stories in this book
Introduction The Stars That Shine on Christmas Night By Elizabeth Carter
- Mother Would Be So Proud By Joseph Leininger Wheeler
- Only Seven Days Until Christmas By Anna McClure Sholl
- Matters of the Heart By Janice Hermansen
- Christmas Shopping Trip By Kathryn Buckley
- Poinsettias Would Be Best By Eileen Herbert Jordan
- A Christmas Invitation By Helen H. Trutton
- Skookum Blue By John Paul Kilmer-as told by Louia Cottrell [Molly Blackwell]
- The Angel Said By Olive Rambo Cook
- Star in the East By Nelia Gardner White
- Christmas Choice By Nora Ann Kuehn
- Shopping With Grandmother Minton By Daisy Crabbe Curtis
- The Farthest Hill By Maxine Lane
- Christmas in Peters Garden By Blanche Bayliss
- Good Will Toward Men By Betsey Mann Collins
- The Christmas She's Never Forget By Elizabeth Eicher
- An Amtrak White Christmas By Joseph Leininger Wheeler