Record Details



Amish Christmas twins / [stories by] Shelley Shepard Gray, Rachel J. Good, Loree Lough.

Gray, Shelley Shepard, (author.). Good, Rachel J., (author.). Lough, Loree, (author.).

Additional Content For This Title

Available copies

  • 7 of 18 copies available at Missouri Evergreen. (Show)
  • 0 of 1 copy available at Webb City Public. (Show)
  • 0 of 1 copy available at Webb City Public Library.

Current holds

7 current holds with 18 total copies.

Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Webb City Public Library New LP Fic Gray, Shelley Shepard (Text) 38262300005620 Adult Fiction Checked out 01/10/2021

Record details

Content descriptions

General Note:
Regular print version previously published by: Kensington Publishing Corporation.
Formatted Contents Note:
Christmas not-wish / Shelley Shepard Gray -- New beginnings / Rachel J. Good -- Twins times two / Loree Lough.
Summary, etc.:
When the foster parents they've cautiously grown to love discover they're expecting, orphaned Roy and Jemima Fisher, ages six and seven, are secretly devastated by the certainty they'll be given up. With Christmas around the corner, their only wish is for new foster parents as nice as Mr. and Mrs. Kurtz. Meanwhile, the Kurtzes have wishes of their own-and with faith, they all may be gifted with twice the blessings.
Still grieving the loss of her husband and unborn baby in an accident several months ago, Elizabeth Yoder is oblivious to her neighbor Luke Bontrager's deepening affection for her. But while she bleakly faces Christmas alone, it's Luke who reminds her it's the season for giving. And when Elizabeth donates her handmade baby clothes to New Beginnings, a home for teen moms, she soon finds her gifts repaid beyond measure, with Luke's love-and new beginnings of their own.
Spirited twins Priscilla and Leora Schwietert have each been blessed with mischievous twins of their own-all born on Christmas. Nearing their fourteenth birthdays, their sons have asked for horses. Their parents can fulfill their wish-but worry they'll be rewarding unruly behavior. The solution: A contract requiring hard work and an anonymous gift for someone in need. After thoughtful prayer, the boys surprise their parents-as each husband and wife rediscovers their joy in Christmas and their love for each other.
Subject: Amish > Fiction.
Families > Fiction.
Man-woman relationships > Fiction.
Large type books.
Genre: Christmas fiction.
Inspirational fiction.

Additional Resources