New Book! A Natural Noel

I am excited to introduce my new book: A Natural Noel!

This book will accompany you on the days from Christmas to Epiphany (December 25th-January 5th), with wholesome, relaxed “boredom-busters” and heart inspiration. Packed full of creative activities, outdoor fun, and delicious recipes (with gluten-free options), this book will be a source of inspiration for any day; not just Christmas!

A Natural Noel: A Family Handbook for Savoring the 12 Days of Christmas

by Michele Augur of Frugal Granola

Download the eBook now for only $6.95!

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Each year, as the glorious, abundant autumn draws to a close with a celebration of Thanksgiving, our family starts the journey toward Christmas. With the first Sunday of Advent, the season of anticipation begins…

But what happens after December 25th? Even if we leave the decorations up, the carols playing, and the treats in the cookie jar, Christmas is done, right?

But, no. Christmas has just begun!

Celebrating the Twelve Days of Christmas, leading up to Epiphany (January 6th) is not a weird, religious obsession. It is a way to fully savor the joyous birth of Christ, and His many gifts!

This 33-page book is… A light-hearted look at the season, based on the
popular historic song, “The Twelve Days of Christmas,” as we continue teaching and
experiencing a faith-filled life as a family.

Each day contains a selection of activities, readings, and more to enrich your days, as you begin the new year, based on Deuteronomy 6:5, “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength.” (You don’t have to do them all! Choose a favorite.)

The days following Christmas are typically “school break” vacations for children (whether you are schooling at home or away), so these suggestions are intended to keep your days relaxed, and give a reprieve from “cabin fever” boredom on winter days, as we remember God is Love, who has given us many blessings in everyday life!

Savor the joy of Christmas.

A Sneak Preview of a few pages (click on the images to view in a larger format):

Day One: Make a natural, homemade bird feeder (among other activity options)!

Day Five: Hand Shadow Fun & a Delicious, Simple Meal!
(Sample the recipe for Slow-Cooker Sweet Potato Chicken Curry here.)

Day Eight: Homemade Yogurt (among other activities)!
(Sample the Yogurt recipe here.)

With over 30 activities, recipes, and tutorials, your family will be well-equipped for enjoying intentional moments together. This book will be a treasured resource year-round, with its selection of wholesome, natural ideas.

Containing the long-awaited Orange Flower Hand Lotion recipe, new Gluten-Free recipe options, Recycled Candles, Homemade Books, Outdoor Nature Activities, Handmade Crafts, and more, “A Natural Noel” is a staple for savoring every day; not just Christmas!

The activities incorporate Bible study, art, music, outdoor play, social/community awareness, and family relationships. Each day has a “Soul Nurturing” reading from the Bible, an explanation of the day’s meaning from the song “The Twelve Days of Christmas,” as well as a selection of 2-3 activities.

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$6.95

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11 comments to New Book! A Natural Noel

  • Michele, I was wondering if you had a widget we could all place on our blogs to lead everyone to your book?

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    Michele Reply:

    Oh, thank you, Ruth! :)
    You can find the promotional graphics here: http://frugalgranola.com/books/a-natural-noel/ (Just scroll to the bottom of the page for images & instructions.)

    It looks like ejunkie is having an issue this morning, and the download probably won’t be available for a few more hours. Sorry!

    Blessings,
    Michele

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  • Meg

    Yay! This looks so great Michele!! :-)

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    Michele Reply:

    Thank you, Meg! :)

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  • Looks great. I can’t wait to read it! We started celebrating all 12 days of Christmas last year and are looking forward to continuing to build on that tradition this year.

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  • […] One of the reasons I love the connections I’ve made online is the constant influx of new ideas and my dear friend Michele is one of the many that continually teaches me in many ways. Her newest book A Natural Noel ($6.95), does not disappoint and is going to be a wonderful resource for my family! She sent me a copy to review last night and I’ve loved reading it and can’t wait to carry out many of her ideas and recipes into the next few weeks. You can also see a couple sample pages on her blog. […]

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