A Book About Partridges. And a Pear Tree.

The New 2015 Holiday Book is Now Available!

The holidays are upon us. And you know what that means.

Turkey. Stuffing. Pumpkin Pie. Christmas Trees. Holiday Decorations. Possibly a Holland Hall choir recital at an Episcopal Church. Last-minute gift buying. Colder Weather.
And Holiday Music. More specifically, “The Twelve Days of Christmas.”

You know what I’m talking about. The ubiquitous Five Golden Rings, those  shady French Hens, and the infamous Leaping Lords.

Well, have you ever wondered how those lyrics came to be? I have.
So I did some research* and delved into the meaning and origin of the first stanza of “The Twelve Days of Christmas.”

Now this research** is available for you to peruse! I have added several illustrations, and bound it by hand into a beautiful, limited edition book.
Each book measures approximately 5.5” x 4.25” and is hand-bound. The front and back covers have fancy endpapers inside, too. It’s an 18-page historically accurate*** account of the first stanza of one of our most beloved holiday songs.
$12 + $2 shipping will get you your very own copy, a little extra (good) surprise in the mailing envelope, and my eternal thanks.

This book will make a great edition to anyone’s library! To order yours, contact me as soon as possible to reserve your copy, as quantities are extremely limited.
Thank you!

2015 holiday book

*actually this is a fictional account
**remember, this is actually fiction
***not really accurate