Unplug the Christmas machine A complete guide to putting love and joy back into the season

Jo Robinson, 1947-

Book - 1991

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New York : Quill c1991.
Rev. ed
Physical Description
207 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Includes index.
Main Author
Jo Robinson, 1947- (-)
Other Authors
Jean Coppock Staeheli (-)
Review by Publisher Summary 1

Looks at the history of Christmas celebrations, and tells how to reduce holiday stress, make the holiday season more meaningful, and establish family traditions.

Review by Publisher Summary 2

Nine years and thirteen printings later, Unplug the Christmas Machine is still the undisputed guide to creating a joyful, stress-free holiday season. Revised and filled with new material, this book will enjoy even greater popularity in the years to come.

In the pages of Unplug the Christmas Machine, Jo Robinson and jean Coppock Staeheli answer the questions they have heard most often in their many years of talking with people about Christmas, such as: "How can I reduce the stress of preparing for Christmas?" "How can I make our celebration more spiritual and less materialistic?" "How can I get my husband to be more enthusiastic about Christmas?" "How can I get my wife to relax and enjoy the celebration?" and "How can I help my children see that Christmas is more than just presents?" Readers will turn to this book for inspiration and practical advice year after year.

Sixteen years after it first appeared, this perennial favorite is still the book that thousands turn to for sound, no-nonsense advice on how to combat Christmas commercialism and create a joyful, stress-free holiday season. The authors answer all the most commonly asked questions, from "How can I reduce the stress of preparing for Christmas?" to "How can I teach my children that Christmas means mote than just presents?" and many more.