Recently-orphaned Esther Ashton doesn’t expect much from Christmas with her brother away fighting in the South Pacific, her sister-in-law hospitalized with a new baby, and her job at the department store providing little to no profit. Will Esther have any sort of a Christmas or will it be another dud?
Esther Ashton’s New Dress, a Christmas short story, is sure to delight any fan of Christmas, the 1940s, and brevity.
Esther Ashton’s New Dress is a standalone WW2 short story. It comes to sixteen pages fully formatted – a little story to enjoy over the holidays.
Genre: WW2 Fiction (Christian themes)
Era: 1940s (December 1943)
Setting: Chicago, IL, United States
Age-Range: 10+ (middle grade/tween)
Where can I buy Esther Ashton’s New Dress?
You can purchase it free on the following sales channels (eBook only).
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What age-level is Esther Ashton’s New Dress written for?
Although appropriate for all ages, this short story is geared towards readers 10-14.
Is Esther Ashton’s New Dress a clean book?
Yes, it is! Aside from a few mentions of the war (no details given), it’s squeaky clean and great for all ages.