The First Backwards Christmas by Brooke Williams – Review by Michelle Mulvey

The First Backwards ChristmasThe First Backwards Christmas by Brooke Williams
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The First Backwards Christmas by Brooke Williams was a cute short book that can be read on a cold afternoon when you have some time to just relax with a book and a cup of coffee.

Jack Furst had been living In South Pole, Alaska watching families one by one leave the town. Not much is left and before he knows it, the mayor is leaving too. Jack is dating a woman by the name of Joyce Nicholson who is a pilot and has been helping other towns by bringing supplies to them. What happens when Joyce is moved to be stationed somewhere else?

When the new Mayor gets the bright idea to hang Christmas trees upside down and do everything backwards, no one knew if it would help. Before long, the news of how South Pole, Alaska is celebrating Christmas becomes known all over and more and more families and relatives come to experience it.
I thought the book was well written and was a perfect read for me when I was stuck home one afternoon.

 

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