CASHTOWN, Penn. (PRWEB) August 24, 2012
In her children’s storybook “Nomad's Joyous Christmas” (published by Trafford Publishing), Harriet Cameron tells the story of a Christmas elf who gets separated from the elf family. Colorfully illustrated by Lise′ C. Miller, the book is designed to help children understand that even difficult and sad situations can be made into happy times through faith in God.
In “Nomad's Joyous Christmas,” Santa’s elves live a harmonious life as a family, caring for and loving each other. When one of the elves, Nomad, goes missing, the entire elf family is locked in a catastrophe, praying for the safe return of their lost relative. As if in answer to their prayers, Nomad is rescued by a family of snowbirds who care for him while he is ill and recovering.
An excerpt from “Nomad's Joyous Christmas”:
“It was finally Christmas Eve. Mother Snowbird made Nomad a little jacket out of feathers. She told him it was a Christmas present from all of them. He put the jacket on, and thanked them for being so good to him. They all hugged and Father Snowbird said, ‘Well, son, it’s time to get you home.’ Mother, Father and the young snowbirds wrapped their wings around Nomad and flew him to his home.”
“Nomad's Joyous Christmas” is a fanciful story of the Christmas spirit. Cameron weaves a tale that expresses her belief that even in times of crisis or when things seem sad, recognizing the presence of God can make things right.
About the Author
Harriet Cameron has been a secretary at an elementary school for many years. She has always enjoyed writing, especially children’s stories. She is a widow, a mother of one son, and the grandmother of three grandchildren.
Illustrator Lise′ C. Miller grew up on a farm in Pennsylvania where she first started creating art. She studied commercial art in high school, and enjoys creating murals for homes, schools and businesses.
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