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Over the River and Through the Woods

by Mary Engelbreit

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0836246225, Hardcover)

"A bright winter moon lights a soft, solemn snowfall . . . there's a holiday mood in the air." With captivating words and enchanting illustrations, bestselling author Mary Engelbreit celebrates the unmatchable magic of a Christmas spent with family and friends.

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Describes, in brief text and illustrations, the feelings evoked by the Christmas season.

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