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And there were usually delicious tidbits to be found behind the kitchen stove. But now, Walter and his family grew each day more hungry and cold. And to top it all off, Christmas was coming! What was Walter to do? Then, just two days before Christmas, something happened. Wanda shook Walter awake early.
They heard banging and shouting right outside their mouse hole door.
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Walter ran to the door and looked out. There were people moving into their house! Rugs and chairs and a large green sofa were being carried into the big living room. And a huge piano was taking up one whole corner. As Walter watched, three children ran in. They were laughing and looking around excitedly. Walter called for his whole family to come and see the sight.
Wanda and all the little mousekins were delighted to have a new family moving into their house.
The whole mouse hole shook with the noise. The floor seemed to dance. And that night, there was still no food for the little mice. But the next morning, the Whiskers family woke up to heavenly smells. And there was nice, warm air coming into the mouse hole. Today was Christmas Eve, and the new family was getting ready for its celebration.
That afternoon, Walter sniffed a different smell. He peeked out of the mouse hole, and again he called Wanda and the little mousekins to come and look. The family was putting up a huge, beautiful Christmas tree! It reached all the way to the tall ceiling. And they were decorating it with sparkling lights and balls of all colors. At the top of the tree was a gold star.
That night, after the children had hung up their stockings and gone to bed, Walter and his family crept out into the living room to have a look around. They saw the most amazing sight! There, running all the way around the Christmas tree, was a tiny toy train -- just their size. It had a big red-and-orange engine, with three cars -- blue, green, and orange -- behind it, plus a red caboose at the end.
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The tracks for the train went over a bridge and around a toy mountain. Beside the train was a tiny toy village. There were trees and shops and even a mouse-size house. Walter and his family could scarcely believe their eyes. At that, Wanda ran back into the mouse hole to get some old beads she had been saving. The mice hung the beads on a tiny tree to decorate it.
They were of beautiful colors and looked like shiny balls on the little tree. Then Willie remembered some apple seeds he had. The mousekins strung them together to make more decorations for the tree. Wanda even cut a scrap of gold paper in the shape of a tiny star to put on top. Add this book to your collection: Silent Night.
Add this book to your collection: Night Before Christmas. Kids and parents alike will be very entertained! The original poem is printed on the endpapers. TCBR analysis: The classy and sometimes eerie illustrations add a vintage depth to this classic picture book version. Younger readers may need to have a bookmark handy.
Here is a treasure for the whole family to share, year after year. A merry Christmas, everyone! Add this book to your collection: A Christmas Carol. His images are rich, vibrant and magical. Cech bases his version on E. Add this book to your collection: The Nutcracker.
Fabulous rhyme with an excellent message. Seuss, along with 32 fascinating pages of commentary, footnotes and archival images — written and compiled by renowned collector and Seuss scholar Charles D. In chatty, conversational style, Cohen reflects upon Dr. Add this book to your collection: How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Christmas in Camelot is a very special Magic Tree House book. The result is magical: a fast-paced but detailed, easy-to-read story. Jack and Annie go on a quest to save Camelot, a quest that will prove to a beleaguered King Arthur that children and imagination really can make a difference.
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With the help and hope of kids Charlotte and Ben, Santa must face Goblynch and his Nutcracker goons to save Christmas! Add this book to your collection: When Santa Fell to Earth. TCBR analysis: Just what you would expect from an unabridged edition of this classic must have. The perfect version for the more mature readers.
Update: Since creating this list of books that showcase Christmas magic, dozens more books boasting the ideal Christmas story have made their way onto bookshelves. Born and raised in Sydney, Australia, she now lives with her husband and three children near Boulder, Colorado. This is an amazing review! We have a family tradition of unwrapping and reading Christmas books throughout the month of December.
This is a great list! Nice list. Here is one that should be on the list…. Hey Bianca…. Thanks, Carolyn. Thank you for compiling this wonderful list — Stick Man is our favourite Christmas story. Found this one on Amazon, made us laugh. Probably best for wiener dog people like us. Great list! I would also add The Most Beautiful Christmas Story Ever, a heart-warming book about the real meaning of Christmas written and illustrated in a contemporary style. It seems very sweet. Have a wonderful holiday. A portion of the sale of each book is donated to the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism.
Great list. Really good and modern my daughter loves it. Just another one to look at.
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Rather unique! In the stable, were also a spider, a an independent honeybee, and a cricket! What gifts did they give? Young children are literally drawn to the beautiful, colorful illustrations. May God bless you! Love many of these! I see some of my favorite books listed but the best is missing. You really should check it out.
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Author Bianca Schulze. November 13, See some new titles we need to get for this year! Which new titles caught your eye? November 17, I am planning a trip to the bookstore today and will check them out. December 15, November 30, Thanks, Carolyn December 14, Merry Christmas! November 20, I reccomend it very much.. Interesting list of books ; thanks for sharing.