Where had it come from? Whose money was it? Was I to spend it? Save it? Pass it on to someone more needy? Above all else, why was I chosen? Certainly there were others, countless others, more needy than me. . .
Her reporter's intuition insisted that a remarkable story was on the verge of the front page.
Newspaper reporter Hope Jensen uncovers the remarkable secret behind the “Christmas Jars,” glass jars filled with coins and bills anonymously left for people in need. But along the way, Hope discovers much more than the origin of the jars. When some unexpected news sets off a chain reaction of kindness, Hope's greatest Christmas Eve wish comes true.
A New York Times bestselling book!
“Wright's holiday novel could inspire others to Christmas generosity.” — Library Journal
“The heart of this novella is its transformative message about the power of giving.” — Publisher’s Weekly
“Beautifully written. I believe The Christmas Jars tradition will change lives.” — Richard Paul Evans, New York Times bestselling author
Terrific story for the holidays.
Christmas has not been the same since this book was written...
This book is definitely a Christmas tradition...to be read over and over again each year with those you love!
After receiving a Christmas Jar filled with money...
One journalist traces the trail back to the first Christmas Jar ever given...
This story will change your heart :)
My husband and I read this book three years ago and it changed our lives. We started the "Christmas Jar" tradition in our home right away after reading the book. It has brought us great happiness to be able to give our "Christmas Jar" to someone every year. This year we are starting two Christmas Jars for next Christmas.
I am giving the book with each jar, and to people for Christmas. Wouldn't it be wonderful if we could start this wonderful tradition all over the world?
Thank you Jason for a truly inspiring book.
Christmas will never be complete for me again, unless I read this story. I could not put it down until I was done, and then I wanted to start again.
This story made me want to be a better person after reading it. Very uplifting and heartwarming.
Great christmas gift for co-workers/friends. This book is a wonderful new christmas tradition in our family!
After reading Christmas Jars and visiting the website, I have been inspired to give these books away this year for Christmas to friends and family. What a great way to give of yourself through small means. The Christmas Jar tradition is one I hope to continue.
For those longing for the true spirit of Christmas, this book is a real gift. You won't find elves, product placements, or hype here. Instead you'll find an inspiring generosity and spirit of charity. I'll be sharing this book at Christmastime, and will strive to keep its message all through the year.
This book has become a tradition in my family. Since reading this book I have since purchased this book for several friends and family. It can help to show the true meaning of Christmas for anyone seeking to find the spirit of giving in their holiday season.
Another great book by Jason Wright. This book is inspiring for all to be generous and put life into perspective. I have made this a tradition to read every Christmas with my family.
This book was my book clubs' choice for Christmas last year,A recommend for anyone!
A great feel good story
This is a perfect time to read this book! Truthfully, even if it weren't christmas time, the tradition of this book would be a great idea year round. Good idea for FHE.
The story that has inspired so many, this will be loved by all. The lessons of charity held in this book will long be remembered.
This was a great book for a cold winter afternoon. It has a good message and is easy to finish quickly!
This is one of my favourites!
We actually tried this after we read it.
Save that change!!
loved this book
When I got it I didn't expect such a wonderful story. It was very touching and really makes you think about how if you treat other with the spirit of Christmas during the Holiday and the rest of the year.
Brought home the true meaning of Christmas. Some thing we all do, maybe not in the same way, but to remember those around us.