In A No-Fuss Christmas, it's 1932 in Oklahoma and Sueker is waiting for Christmas to come and hoping her big brother Razz will soon be visiting her at her foster parents' home. When her foster parents make room for a homeless child, Sueker feels left out until her role as innkeeper in the Christmas pageant sheds light on the true meaning of Christmas. Recommended for ages 7 to 9.
A No-Fuss Christmas by Susan Kirby is a heart-warming Christmas story for ages 7 9. Christmas is coming, and Sueker wants a big, fragrant tree with red bows and lots of candy and presents. Most of all, she wants her brother Razz to come visit her at her foster parents' home. But since the Great Depression began, folks have been struggling for daily food. There is no money for celebrating or traveling. Sueker's foster parents tell her that nothing is too hard for God. But little food, no rain, and dusty, empty streets make it hard for Sueker and her family to believe.
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