Series: Christmas Is Coming

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Best of Christmas Is Coming by Leisure Arts
Christmas is coming! [1985-1996] by Linda Martin Stewart
Christmas is Coming! 1986 by Linda Stewart1986
Christmas is Coming! 1987 by Linda Stewart1987
Christmas is Coming! 1988 by Linda Stewart1988
Christmas is Coming! 1989 by Linda Stewart1989
Christmas is Coming! 1990 by Linda Baltze Wright1990
Christmas is Coming! 1991 by Linda Baltzell Wright1991
Christmas is Coming! 1992 by Linda Baltzell Wright1992
Christmas is Coming! 1993 by Linda Baltzell Wright1993
Christmas is Coming! 1994 by Vanessa Ann1994
Christmas is Coming! 1995 by Nancy J. Fitzpatrick1995
Christmas is Coming! 1996 by Catherine Corbett Fowler1996

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  1. Christmas from the Heart Volume 03 1994 by Better Homes and Gardens Books (1997)
  2. Treasures for the Christmas Tree: 101 Festive Ornaments to Make & Enjoy by Carol Taylor (1994)
  3. Leisure Arts presents The spirit of Christmas, 14 by Leisure Arts (2000)
  4. Christmas with Southern Living 1984 by Jo Voce (1984)
  5. Vanessa-Ann's 101 Christmas Ornaments by Nancy Fitzpatrick (1992)
  6. I'm Dreaming of a Green Christmas: Gifts, Decorations, and Recipes that Use Less and Mean More by Anna Getty (2009)
  7. Family Circle Quick & Easy Christmas Crafts by Arthur Hettich (1978)
  8. Gooseberry Patch Christmas 07 by Sandra Graham Case (2005)
  9. Simply Christmas: 201 Easy Crafts, Food and Decorating Ideas by Carol Dahlstrom (2000)
  10. Better Homes and Gardens American Christmas Crafts and Foods by Better Homes and Gardens Books (1984)
  11. Christmas Tree Ornaments by Lorraine Bodger (1985)
  12. Glorious Christmas Crafts by Anna Hobbs (1988)
  13. Last-Minute Christmas Gifts: Crafting Quick & Classy Presents for Everyone on Your List by Carol Taylor (1995)
  14. Better Homes and Gardens 1988 Christmas Crafts by Better Homes and Gardens (1988)
  15. The Christmas Craft Book by Thomas Berger (1990)

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