“A Christmas Inspiration” is a short Christmas story first published in 1901. It is a wonderful story written by world-famous Canadian author L. M. Montgomery. As in the most of her Christmas story in this one Montgomery emphasizes the place of simple human kindness in this holiday. We are glad to present you a classical example of Montgomery's creation! It is highly recommended for anyone who wants to read a beautiful Christmas story!
Christmas is widely considered as the most wonderful time of the year for many reasons. It is amazing time when we think of old traditions, Santa Claus and presents, a beautiful festival that unites our families. And Christmas stories help us to feel the joy of the holiday season like no other.
The Christmas stories of the famous authors: Gilbert Keith Chesterton – A Christmas Carol, Lucy Maud Montgomery – A Christmas Inspiration,
A Christmas Mistake, Christmas at Red Butte, Lyman Frank Baum -A Kidnapped Santa Claus, Mark Twain – A Letter from Santa Claus, Louisa May Alcott – A Merry Christmas, Leo Tolstoy – A Russian Christmas Party, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow – Christmas Bells,
Nikolai Gogol – Christmas Eve, William Dean Howells – Christmas Everyday, Joseph Rudyard Kipling – Christmas in India, Lyman Frank Baum – Little Bun Rabbit, Elizabeth Harrison – Little Gretchen and the Wooden Shoe, John Milton – On the Morning of Christ’s Nativity, Charles Dickens – The Chimes, Nathaniel Hawthorne -The Christmas Banquet, Hans Christian Andersen – The Fir Tree, Selma Lagerlöf – The Holy Night, Hans Christian Andersen – The Little Match Girl, Clement Moore – The Night Before Christmas, Henry van Dyke – The Other Wise Man, William Dean Howells – The Pony Engine and the Pacific Express, Beatrix Potter – The Tailor of Gloucester, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow – The Three Kings, Anton Chehov – Vanka.