Book Review: The Christmas Jars by Jason F. Wright

923935Title: Christmas Jars

Author: Jason F. Wright

Publisher: Shadow Mountain

Release Date: November 1, 2005


Book Summary:

Hope Jensen is a young, single woman and an aspiring newspaper writer, and when she receives a much-needed but anonymous Christmas gift, she’s determined to find her benefactor. That search leads her to an unusual family with a longstanding Christmas tradition. Sensing a front-page feature article, Hope desperately wants to publish their story, but doing so would be a breach of trust. What she decides to do will change her life forever.

Destined to become a classic Christmas tale, Christmas Jars is a heartwarming story that will restore you faith in mankind and make you want to start your own Christmas Jar tradition.

Over the years I have heard lots of good things about this book. This year I finally decided to read it. I really liked it. It is a sweet story, with some unbelievable twists, but a story that touched my heart and brought tears to my eyes. I especially liked the Maxwell family and think they are a great family to learn from. I don’t know if I’ll start the Christmas Jar tradition or not, but I do think it is a wonderful idea. 
Rating: 4.5 stars – Highly Recommend
Content: Clean
Source: My bookshelf, not sure when or where I got it.
This book can be purchased from Amazon and Barnes and Noble.


  1. What a nice Christmas find on your bookshelf :). I love the cover!! Good review too!!