Christmas With Rosamund Pilcher

Christmas With Rosamund Pilcher

Book - 1998
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Rosamunde Pilcher, the beloved author of The Shell Seekers and Coming Home , invites you to share the magic of the Christmas season with her and her family as they celebrate the holiday in timeless Scottish tradition. From the quiet preparations of writing her holiday greetings to the sweet smells rising from her kitchen as she bakes the cakes and cookies her children and grandchildren look forward to year after year, the entire family joins in to prepare the home for the arrival of friends. Share in the Pilcher family's laughter and joy through the season as theytell stories, play in the snow, sing carols, and simply enjoy being in each other's company.This handsome book is filled with photographs of the Pilchers as they celebrate the holiday - wrapping gifts, decorating the tree, savoring a fine Christmas dinner. There are also stunning images of Scotland in all of its delicate December beauty. Rosamunde Pilcher reminisces about an unexpectedly special Christmas celebration and shares other bits of Pilcher holiday lore, as well as their favorite Christmas carols. Inside, you will find Rosamunde Pilcher's charming holiday story "Miss Cameron at Christmas." She also shares her holiday recipes for scones, shortbread, roast turkey, Christmas pudding, chestnut stuffing, and many more Pilcher family favorites. Christmas with Rosamunde Pilcher is a lovely gift. You'll find her home during the Christmas season as warm and inviting as her novels.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1998, c1997
Edition: 1st U.S. ed
ISBN: 9780312192471
Characteristics: 122 p. : col. ill. ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Bublitz, Siv 1960-


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