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Will This Be "The Greatest Christmas Ever"? If "2 Dads" in Los Angeles Have Anything to Do With It -- Yes

2 Dads Publishing Launches With Free Book Sharing the Forgotten Meaning of Christmas and the Realities of Holidays in Tough Economic Times (December 01, 2011)

LOS ANGELES, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/01/11 -- In the shadow of one of the most difficult economic times, "2 dads" in Los Angeles are setting out to help kids and their families around the world have "The Greatest Christmas Ever." The "2 dads," who met at their children's kindergarten class, are launching 2 Dads Publishing by giving their first book, "The Greatest Christmas Ever" away for free at

"The Greatest Christmas Ever" from 2 Dads Publishing shares the forgotten meaning of Christmas and the stressful realities in today's economy. Offered for free, the book helps parents explain how, even if financial hardships have made their holiday celebration look and feel different than years past, it can still have meaning and be fun.

While the book is free, 2 Dads provides an opportunity to donate directly to the National Coalition for the Homeless so to further their mission of making this "The Greatest Christmas Ever." The direct link to the not-for-profit's web site is on the book's home page.

Author and Dad, Sergio Liden said he wrote, "The Greatest Christmas Ever" to help bring the holiday back into perspective and gain something lost with changing norms and the holiday's over-commercialism. It answers questions such as, "How are we celebrating Christmas?" "What is the purpose of celebrating Christmas?" and "What happens when we forget its true meaning?"

"The Greatest Christmas Ever," is the first in a series of Liden's stories planned for release in 2012. Forthcoming titles include "His Own Way," a book narrated by the older five-year-old sister of a four-year-old younger brother with autism and "My Mommy and Daddy's My Mom," a book narrated by a boy growing up in a single parent household. Each book is written with meaning and depth appealing to parents, while sharing the same rhythmic style and two lines of text per page to keep even very young children engaged. Books distributed in the U.S.A. will also be printed here, keeping jobs in America.

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