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50 Classic Christmas Stories Vol 1 (Golden Deer Classics) - cover

50 Classic Christmas Stories Vol 1 (Golden Deer Classics)

Charles Dickens, Louisa May Alcott, L. Frank Baum, Washington Irving, Nathaniel Hawthorne, O. Henry, Robert Louis Stevenson, Bret Harte, Florence L. Barclay, Jacob Grimm, Martha Finley, Theodore Parker, Henry Van Dyke, Berthold Auerbach, Laura Lee Hope, Alice Duer Miller, Meredith Nicholson, Newton Booth Tarkington, Evaleen Stein, Jacob August Riis, Annie Roe Carr, Thomas Hill, Golden Deer Classics, Santa Claus

Publisher: Oregan Publishing

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01. Annie Roe Carr - Nan Sherwood's Winter Holidays
02. Alice Duer Miller - The Burglar And The Wizard
03. Berthold Auerbach - Christian Gellert's Last Christmas
04. Bret Harte - How Santa Claus Came to Simpson's Bar
05. Charles Dickens - A Christmas Carol
06. L. Frank Baum - A Kidnapped Santa Claus
07. Charles Dickens - A Christmas Tree
08. Charles Dickens - Nobody's Story
09. Charles Dickens - The Child's Story
10. Charles Dickens - The Chimes
11. Charles Dickens - The Cricket on the Hearth
12. Charles Dickens - The Haunted Man and the Ghost's Bargain
13. Charles Dickens - The Poor Relation's Story
14. Charles Dickens - The Schoolboy's Story
15. Charles Dickens - What Christmas Is As We Grow Older
16. Evaleen Stein - The Christmas Porringer
17. Florence L. Barclay - The Upas Tree
18. Henry van Dyke - The Christmas Angel
19. Henry van Dyke - Christmas-Giving And Christmas-Living
20. Henry van Dyke - A Short Christmas Sermon
21. Henry van Dyke - Christmas Prayers
22. Jacob August Riis - Nibsy's Christmas
23. Jacob August Riis - What The Christmas Sun Saw In The Tenements
24. Jacob August Riis - Skippy Of Scrabble Alley
25. Jacob Grimm - The Elves And The Shoemaker
26. Laura Lee Hope - The Story of a Nodding Donkey
27. Laura Lee Hope - The Story of a Stuffed Elephant
28. Louisa May Alcott - The Abbot's Ghost, or Maurice Treherne's Temptation
29. L. Frank Baum - Life And Adventures Of Santa Claus
30. Martha Finley - Christmas with Grandma Elsie
31. Meredith Nicholson - A Reversible Santa Claus
32. Nathaniel Hawthorne - Christmas Banquet
33. Nathaniel Hawthorne - Snowflakes
34. Newton Booth Tarkington - Beasley's Christmas Party
35. O.Henry - A Chaparral Christmas Gift
36. O.Henry - Christmas By Injunction
37. O.Henry - The Gift of the Magi
38. O.Henry - Whistling Dick's Christmas Stocking
39. R.L. Stevenson - A Christmas Sermon
40. Theodore Parker - The Two Christmas Celebrations, A.D. I. and MDCCCLV
41. Thomas Hill - Christmas
42. Washington Irving - Christmas Eve
43. Amy Ella Blanchard - Little Maid Marian
44. Laura Lee Hope - Six Little Bunkers At Grandpa Ford's
45. Washington Irving - Christmas Day
46. Washington Irving - Christmas
47. Washington Irving - The Christmas Dinner
48. Washington Irving - The Stage-coach
49. William Shakespeare - Twelfth Night
50. Zona Gale - Christmas
Available since: 11/01/2017.

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