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The Greatest Animal Tales for a Warm Fuzzy Christmas - 30 Stories & Picture Books in One Volume: The Tailor of Gloucester Voyages of Doctor Dolittle Story of a Stuffed Elephant Peace on Earth Good-Will to Dogs Miss Muffet's Christmas Party - cover

The Greatest Animal Tales for a Warm Fuzzy Christmas - 30 Stories & Picture Books in One Volume: The Tailor of Gloucester Voyages of Doctor Dolittle Story of a Stuffed Elephant Peace on Earth Good-Will to Dogs Miss Muffet's Christmas Party

Charles Dickens, Frank L. Baum, Anna Sewell, Eugene Field, E. T. A. Hoffmann, Walter Crane, Hugh Lofting, Kenneth Grahame, Margery Williams, Laura Lee Hope, Mary E. Wilkins Freeman, Frances Browne, Eleanor Hallowell Abbott, Beatrix Potter, Amy Ella Blanchard, Samuel McChord Crothers, Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward, Amelia C. Houghton, John Punnett Peters, Georgianna M. Bishop, Archibald Beresford Sullivan, Charlotte B. Herr

Publisher: e-artnow

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This holiday, e-artnow presents to you this unique collection of the greatest Christmas classics and the most beloved animal tales to warm up your heart and rekindle your holiday sparkle: 
The Tailor of Gloucester (Beatrix Potter)
The Tale of Peter Rabbit (Beatrix Potter)
Black Beauty (Anna Sewell)
The Wind in the Willows (Kenneth Grahame)
The Wonderful Wizard of OZ (L. Frank Baum)
The Adventures of Reddy Fox (Thornton Burgess)
The Adventures of Johnny Chuck (Thornton Burgess)
The Adventures of Peter Cottontail (Thornton Burgess)
The Old Mother West Wind (Thornton Burgess)
The Story of Doctor Dolittle (Hugh Lofting)
The Voyages of Doctor Dolittle (Hugh Lofting)
The Story of a Nodding Donkey (Laura Lee Hope)
Little Bun Rabbit (L. Frank Baum)
The Velveteen Rabbit (Margery Williams)
The Nutcracker and the Mouse King (E. T. A. Hoffmann)
The Story of a Stuffed Elephant (Laura Lee Hope) 
Peace on Earth, Good-Will to Dogs (Eleanor Hallowell Abbott)
Kittyboy's Christmas (Amy Ella Blanchard)
The Naughty Reindeer (Amelia C. Houghton)
Miss Muffet's Christmas Party (Samuel McChord Crothers)
The Animals' Christmas Tree (John Punnett Peters)
The Mouse and the Moonbeam (Eugene Field)
The Cricket on the Hearth (Charles Dickens)
The Christmas Cuckoo (Frances Browne)
The Silver Hen (Mary E. Wilkins Freeman)
The Sparrow and the Fairy (Georgianna M. Bishop)
The Wonderful Bird (Georgianna M. Bishop)
The Little Mud-Sparrows (Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward)
The Little Gray Lamb (Archibald Beresford Sullivan)
How Freckle Frog Made Herself Pretty (Charlotte B. Herr)
Cat and Dog Stories (Walter Crane)

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