Hot Cocoa Spoon
You have to have hot cocoa on Christmas Eve. It's just a rule. This spoon is dedicated to that tradition with it's extra long handle and deep bowled spoon. And, it even has "hot cocoa" embossed in brown on the handle. Just add hot milk, chocolate, and stir!
A maritime reinvention of the traditional Clement Moore poem, this book gives a pirate's perspective on the antics of the famous Eve. My personal favorite ? The addition of seahorses to the tale. For ages 3 and beyond.
Christmas stories to read on Christmas eve. A treasury of short fiction by great writers of the past two centuries, from Dickens and Tolstoy to John Updike and Alice Munro. As a literary subject, Christmas has inspired everythi... Christmas stories to read on Christmas eve. A treasury of short fiction by great writers of the past two centuries, from Dickens and Tolstoy to John Updike and Alice Munro. As a literary subject, Christmas has inspired everything from intimate domestic dramas to fanciful flights of the imagination, and the full range of its expression is represented in this wonderfully engaging anthology. Goblins frolic in the graveyard of an early Dickens tale and a love-struck ghost disrupts a country estate in Elizabeth Bowen’s “Green Holly.” The plight of the less fortunate haunts Chekhov’s “Vanka” and Willa Cather’s “The Burglar’s Christmas” but takes a boisterously comic turn in Damon Runyon’s “Dancing Dan’s Christmas” and in John Cheever’s “Christmas Is a Sad Season for the Poor.” From Vladimir Nabokov’s intensely moving story of a father’s grief in “Christmas” to Truman Capote’s hilarious yet heartbreaking “A Christmas Memory,” from Grace Paley’s Jewish girl starring in the Christmas pageant in “The Loudest Voice” to the dysfunctional family ski holiday in Richard Ford’s “Crèche”—each of the stories gathered here is imbued with Christmas spirit (of one kind or another), and all are richly and indelibly entertaining.