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The Christmas Book

Eleonora Seymour

Publisher: Animedia Co.

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Eleanora Seymour was born in England, in the suburb of Shrewsbury. She is the mother of three charming children. The rhymes that you’re about to read were composed by Eleanora’s grandmother Elizabeth Seymour more than fifty years ago. The Seymour family is very proud of the warmth coming from these lines, and now Mrs. Seymour wants to share her little family heirloom with you, so that you could read the rhymes to your children, just as Eleanora’s grandmother did many years ago. These rhymes have gone through the layers of time to bring you Christmas joy again.

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