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Christmas Means Love

Christmas Means Love

Nergis Dalal
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Overview

It was a week before Christmas and despite the general cheer of holiday festivities all around, Arun had woken up to the familiar feeling of depression. He was six now, and too big to cry, or so his mother had told him. But what has age got to do with tears and when they choose to spill out of one’s eyes?

For most people, the Christmas spirit was about family, togetherness and happiness. And yet, here was Arun, spending his Christmas in hope, and yearning for a miracle. A miracle that would somehow bring the same Christmas spirit into his home.

A perfect story that will leave you warm and fuzzy this holiday season, ‘Christmas Means Love’ depicts the importance of family and love and why they matter more than anything else.

Imprint: Penguin

Published: Jan/2018

Length : 15 Pages

Christmas Means Love

Nergis Dalal
Overview

It was a week before Christmas and despite the general cheer of holiday festivities all around, Arun had woken up to the familiar feeling of depression. He was six now, and too big to cry, or so his mother had told him. But what has age got to do with tears and when they choose to spill out of one’s eyes?

For most people, the Christmas spirit was about family, togetherness and happiness. And yet, here was Arun, spending his Christmas in hope, and yearning for a miracle. A miracle that would somehow bring the same Christmas spirit into his home.

A perfect story that will leave you warm and fuzzy this holiday season, ‘Christmas Means Love’ depicts the importance of family and love and why they matter more than anything else.

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Nergis Dalal

Nergis Dalal has been writing for over fifty years. She is the author of four novels, a collection of short stories, a book for children, a cookery book, a best-selling book on yoga and, under the pseudonym Aries, a collection of middles that appeared over three decades in the Times of India, the Statesman, the Hindustan Times and other national newspapers. Several of her short stories have been broadcast over the BBC and published in anthologies in India, UK and Australia. Nergis Dalal has three children and three grandchildren. She lives in Dehra Dun.

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