Christmas in Cornwall

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Center Point Large Print, 2012 - Fiction - 415 pages
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The tender story of a boy, his father, his grandmother, and the bond they form over Christmas -- an instant holiday classic.

As Christmas approaches, Clem and his five-year-old son, Jakey, move to be closer to Clem's mother, Dossie, in Cornwall. Clem realizes that he has to be strong to keep his family together following his wife's untimely death.

Dossie, Jakey, and Clem form a slightly unconventional family bond with the jovial nuns of the local convent with . But when an unexpected event threatens to destroy the nuns' way of life, will everyone still be together next Christmas? Beloved novelist Marcia Willett's gentle and compassionate holiday tale will touch the hearts of parents and grandparents everywhere.

Countless readers around the world have been captivated by Marcia Willett's inspiring novels about family, friendship, and love. Now, in Christmas in Cornwall, a timeless and heartwarming novel, Willett illuminates the strength of the families we choose and the power that Christmas has to change us all.

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A widower and his young son find a new life in a convent community of elderly nuns, which is close to the estate that's been in their family for generations and is still home to his mother and her ... Read full review

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