The Sparkle Box Book

 

I’m so excited to share with you The Sparkle Box book.

In “The Sparkle Box”, Sam is very excited to Christmas to come this year, when a mystery box shows up on top of the mantel.  It sparkles and has a bow on top, what could be inside?  The only clues his parents will give him is that it’s a very special box, they need to open it together, and they must fill it before they can open it.  He doesn’t see his parents put anything in the box but they tell him they are filling the box almost everyday.   Mean while Sam and his family give to people in need and he starts to see how fortunate he really is.  On Christmas morning he gets to open the box with his family and shed light on the true meaning of Christmas.
This is a beautifully written story that all of my kiddos loved.  It even comes with it’s own sparkle box so you can fill it and open it with your family Christmas morning.  I love things that will help my kiddos (and me) remember the true importance of the Season of giving.
Author Bio
Author Jill Hardie and her family began placing a gift for Jesus under their Christmas tree as a way of bringing more meaning to the holiday.  The first time they opened His gift, the commercialism of the season melted away and they felt a profound joy and peace.  Jill hopes that The Sparkle Box will spark a new Christmas tradition, bringing light into thousands of lives.  

Illustrator Bio
At a very early age, Christine Kornacki developed a love for painting and bringing stories to life.  After receiving a BFA in illustration from the University of Hartford, her dreams of illustrating children’s books began to take shape.  She spends her days painting in her studio, which adjoins a charming cafe in New Haven, Connecticut.


I am extremely excited that I get to give one of these wonderful books away to one reader.  I’m sure you’ll love it as much as I and my family did.  

All you need to do to enter for this giveaway is leave a comment on this post telling me your favorite Christmas book.  Giveaway is open world wide, and will end Nov 9th.

You can find out more about the book in these places:
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Book Trailer


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Comments

  1. says

    Awww,…that sounds like a great book. I have to admit I am struggling for a Christmas book to pick as a favourite. I guess I don’t read a lot of Christmas books (don’t have kids which is my partial excuse),….okay, how about The Grinch Who Stole Christmas. :)

  2. Corinne says

    A favorite children’s book for me is “Mortimer’s Christmas Manger”. A darling story! We love “Jotham’s Journey: A Storybook for Advent” too. Thank you for an opportunity to win “The Sparkle Box”.

  3. says

    It was my childhood book & I think the title was “Away in the Manager” it was the story of Jesus & at the end it had the music & we played it on the piano.
    mrspoofa(at)aol.com

  4. says

    We love The Advent Book. Everyday you open a beatifully artistic door to reveal a part of the Christmas Story. The illustrations are gorgeous and the story is PERFECT!

  5. says

    Sounds like a Wonderful book and thanks for the review. i would say my favorite Christmas Book of all Time would be The Night Before Christmas, it was always a joy to read it too my kids and now I get to read it too my Grandchildren. Thank you!

  6. says

    The Grinch who Stole Christmas is my favorite christmas storybook. Christmas in America first edition is my favorite Christmas book of all time. It’s a large photo showcase of Christmas traditions taken across America! I lovey ovey ove it!

    sayjay (at) packedhousexxx . com

  7. says

    “A Cajun Night before Christmas”! Mymkids loved it when they were grwing up, & I’m going to get it for our Grandkids, too!!!(HollyC) Thanks for the chance….

  8. Ashley Charlebois says

    I love “The Polar Express” book. As well as “How The Grinch Stole Christmas”.

    I’m very excited for this giveaway and definitely interested in this book. It won’t be for me, but for a close friend’s sons.

  9. says

    This book sounds and looks great!My fave is Twas The Night Before Christmas.When my daughter was little she loved Charlie Brown’s Christmas.I also love to read about how baby jesus was born and that’s what Christmas really is about.Thank you for the wonderful giveaway! :)
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  10. Anonymous says

    My favorite Christmas story book is the Polar Express. However, my favorite TRUE story of Christmas is in my Bible.
    Cathy H
    purplegumball(at)peoplepc(dot)com

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