Christmas Jars

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Center Point Pub., 2007 - Christmas stories - 132 pages
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A journalist happens upon a human interest story that winds up teaching her lessons about love and forgiveness and renewing her own faith in human kindness. On Christmas Eve, twenty-something Hope Jensen is quietly grieving the recent loss of her adoptive mother when her apartment is robbed. The one bright spot in the midst of Hope's despair is a small jar full of money someone has anonymously left on her doorstep. Eager to learn the source of this unexpected generosity, Hope uses her newswoman instincts to find other recipients of "Christmas jars," digging until her search leads her to the family who first began the tradition of saving a year's worth of spare change to give to someone in need at the holiday.

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User Review  - nancynova - LibraryThing

A very light story. Hope is determined to make it in the newspaper business. But when she reports a private family story on the front page of the paper and is accoladed for it, she realizes that she's crossed a line. Read full review

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reading is great writing good subject good Read full review

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