By Charles Dickens
Some of the plots in the story have become the conventions of Christmas, such as family reunions, gift exchanges, and Christmas dining amongst other. The "popularity" accumulated over a century has made it the most popular part of Dickens' novel. What is Christmas? It is a festival to show us how many people in this society need our attention, to let us know how to be grateful, and to take care of those younger brothers and sisters of ours. People should be filled with a spirit of mutual love. All the mistakes that everyone has made should be forgiven on this day.
— “MERRY CHRISTMAS”
By Cora Harrington
Every woman is very concerned — how to choose a suitable underwear for her self. Lingerie expert Cora Harrington reveals the mystery of underwear with beautiful words and elegant illustrations, covering everything from basic bras, panties to special occasion wear, shape-wear, hosiery, corsets and more, You can find the best advice you want.
By Erin Morgenstern
Zachary Ezra Rawlins is a graduate student in Vermont. When he recognises a story from his own childhood in the pages of a mysterious book hidden in the stacks from the university's library, he's unnerved—and determined to uncover the truth.
This book is extravagantly imaginative, fantasy and a sense of unfolding adventure with inventive and mystery in its whole story.