At a ranch near Aspen, Colorado, author Michael Chandler and his four-year-old son are invited to a Christmas Eve party at a neighbor's. The party is not ordinarythis one is for Lefty, an appaloosa stud. At the party are Lefty's owner, Joe, the author and his son, and the famous singer/songwriter John Denver and his young son. Together they share a heartwarming night celebrating music, life, love, and the joy of Christmas.
|Publisher:||Pelican Publishing Company, Incorporated|
|Edition description:||BOOK & CD|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x (d)|
|Age Range:||5 - 8 Years|
About the Author
Michael Chandler is the president of the Chandler Marketing Company. He has won forty-one Silver Microphone awards for outstanding advertising. His one-of-a-kind tactics and strategies have appeared on ABC World News Tonight with Peter Jennings, as well as in American Banker and Independent Banker magazines. Mr. Chandler has lectured and presented seminars for over twenty-five years to universities, corporate retreats, and state and national banking conventions. He lives in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, with his wife and is an avid Old West stunt gunfighter.
Terry Jacobsen was born and raised in Minnesota and now lives in Arizona. Since 1996 he has been a member of the reenactment touring group the Old West Society of Minnesota.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I think all of us yearn for a gentler time. Today¿s world seems so harsh, so fast, and so coarse. Years ago, when I spent Christmas Eve with John Denver, and the true story of The Littlest Cowboy¿s Christmas took place, I had proof that gentler times not only still exist, but exist in ways that literally restore the soul. I wrote this story to instill hope in the hearts of our children. Perhaps more importantly, to assure all adults that the goodness we long for in today¿s world is at our fingertips, stronger and more glorious than ever. When you read this story, and learn what happened that night, see if it doesn¿t bring chills to your heart. My warmest and most sincere regards, Michael Chandler.