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Why do we give gifts to each other at Christmas time if it is Jesus’ birthday?
“Why do we give gifts to each other at Christmas time if is it Jesus’ birthday?” This is a question that everyone has wondered. A new book entitled “Why We Give Gifts at Christmas Time” answers this questions from a biblical bases.
“Why We Give Gifts at Christmas Time” (Teaching Christ’s Children, October 2012, 978-0-9855423-
“Why We Give Gifts at Christmas Time” is also available in Spanish (Por qué damos regalos en el Tiempo de Navidad (978-0-9855423-
Corine Hyman is clinical psychologist who has been helping families for close to 10 years. Currently, she lives in Baltimore, MD where she has opened her home to children without families by becoming a foster parent. The idea for “Why We Give Gifts at Christmas Time” was placed in her heart many years ago. It is the first of many books that she plans on publishing that uses the Word of God to help children and adults understand the biblical bases for why Christians do what they do.
Julie Bryant lives in Napa, California where she was born and raised . . . . . a Napkin! Julie has illustrated and designed over 19 books. Her illustrations are created using digital watercolors and pencil on a digital drawing tablet. To contact Julie Bryant, go to www.sweetartdesign.com for her original books, samples of her book designs, and to view her sweet illustrations.
Teaching Christ’s Children (TCC) Publishing, Inc is a small publishing company whose mission is to provide resources to those who are followers of Christ in order to help them grow in their faith. Within this goal, TCC recognizes that all who have decided to follow Christ are Christ’s children. “Why We Give Gifts at Christmas Time” is the first book that TCC has published.
In an interview, Corine can discuss topics such as:
• Making holiday shopping fun and meaningful for your kids
• How to encourage charitable giving in your children during the holidays
• Tips for celebrating the true meaning of Christmas
• Simple ways to teach kids the meaning of popular Christmas traditions
To schedule an interview or to receive a review copy, please contact Corine Hyman at (410) 513-9379 or teachingchristschildren@