Christmas with Louisa May Alcott features two Christmas-themed stories by the author: A Christmas Dream, and How It Came to Be True, a tale inspired by Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol; and How It Happened.
Christmas with Charles Dickens features three stories by the author, led by The Story of the Goblins Who Stole a Sexton, a tale acknowledged as a precursor to A Christmas Carol. Other stories include, What Christmas Is as We Grow Older and A Christmas Dinner. Charles Dickens (1812-1870) has become synonymous with the Christmas holidays since the publication of his much-loved classic, A Christmas Carol, in 1843.
Christmas with L.M. Montgomery features Christmas at Red Butte, A Christmas Inspiration, and A Christmas Mistake.
Christmas with O. Henry, led by his much-loved classic The Gift of the Magi (one of the best-known Christmas stories of all time), includes an additional two Christmas stories.