A Cup of Christmas Tea

September 23, 2017 - Comment

The story of a young man’s reluctant visit to an elderly aunt at Christmastime, and the unexpected joy it brings. More than 1.5 million copies sold of A Cup of Christmas Tea. Delicate watercolor illustrations throughout. Related posts: No related posts.

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The story of a young man’s reluctant visit to an elderly aunt at Christmastime, and the unexpected joy it brings. More than 1.5 million copies sold of A Cup of Christmas Tea. Delicate watercolor illustrations throughout.

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Carolyn Dietrich says:

This Book Inspired Me I purchased A Cup of Christmas Tea many years ago and read it aloud to my mom and three sisters who i had invited over for a Christmas Tea. Tom Hegg’s poem so touched my heart that my voice broke towards the end of the reading. This is the story a man who goes to visit his old aunt whom he loved and spent time with as a child. He goes out of guilt and dreads what condition he’ll find her in. To his surprise and delight she is still the same caring, loving woman of his youth and in spite of…

Jerry F. Kimbrell says:

A Wonderful Book and Family tradition at our house at CHRISTmas! This is a book that we have always read each and every CHRISTmas but had lost our copy somehow. It has been a family tradition for about 18 years and will continue to be so. It has the most meaningful message in it about what CHRISTmas is all about with the exception of JESUS CHRIST. It’s about putting others first.I would recommend it to everyone to share with your family and maybe start a family tradition.

Joseph J. Truncale says:

An old classic warm and fuzzy Christmas poem that has become one of the most beloved poems of our times. This is an old classic tale told in poetic form about a young man and an old aunt who he fondly remembered as a young boy. The poetic story begins with his hesitation to pay his old aunt a visit because of the problems she has remembering things. Since he is a young man he cannot relate to the common problems of old age. Nevertheless, he decides to visit his old aunt and he learns it is never too late to learn something of value from his wonderful aunt. 

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