Gregory Charles Cummings's New Book "Chris Must Come Once a Year for All of the Boys and Girls" is a Wonderful Holiday Tale That Celebrates the True Joy of Giving.

Gregory Charles Cummings, a gifted author, has completed his most recent book “Chris Must Come Once a Year for All of the Boys and Girls”:  a children’s story that puts a captivating spin on the history of a mythical character, and delights in sharing the power of giving and good.

Gregory says that his book honors the true meaning of Christmas, and the joy of giving.  He says, “I do want you to know that Santa Claus comes in all races. Santa could be male or female, you see in my life Santa was my mother, that’s right, a strong black woman. Her name is Ms. Georgia Lee Cummings. In yours or other people’s lives, Santa might have been a man. Santa can be a he or a she, Santa is really anyone who makes sure there were toys left under the tree in your home for you or yours.”

Published by Fulton Books, Gregory Charles Cummings’s book begins as a love story about a boy named Chris and a girl named Mary. The story follows how they fell in love and how they both had love for all the children in the world.  Chris grew up to become known to the people as Santa Claus. Now in this story, Chris and Mary were black. The story tells how Chris worked for a toy maker by the name of Mr. Cringle Claus and how Chris repaired toys and gave them to the black families for their children.

This book goes into detail about the first snowman, Christmas stockings, the red and white suit that Chris wore, the deer, the sleigh, the Christmas tree, the bells, the mistletoe, and why the people put a big green wreath with a red bow on their door. Chris made the Holidays happy and a whole lot more.  

Readers who wish to experience this uplifting and inspired work can purchase “Chris Must Come Once a Year for All of the Boys and Girls” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

Please direct all media inquiries to Gregory Reeves via email at gregory@fultonbooks.com or via telephone at 877-210-0816.

Source: Fulton Books

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