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A Perfectly Irregular Christmas Tree (edition 1991)

by Abbie Zabar

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Title:A Perfectly Irregular Christmas Tree
Authors:Abbie Zabar
Info:Clarkson Potter (1991), Edition: 1, Hardcover, 39 pages
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Perfectly Irregular Christmas Tree, A by Abbie Zabar

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Award-winning author/artist Abbie Zabar presents a perfectly delightful modern holiday tale--sure to become a classic--about a misfit Christmas tree in New York City. This engaging tale, beautifully illustrated and told in simple couplets, will captivate children and melt the hearts of grown-ups. Illustrations.

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