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Christmas Keepers: Eight Memorable Stories from the 40s and 50s

by Margaret Cousins

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Very nice,homespun,inspirational stories from the 1940's and 50's.Enjoyable read!


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0-931722-55-1 is actually "Christmas Keepers- eight memorable stories from the 40's and 50's" by Margaret Cousins. The cover appears to be the correct cover and the description is also correct.

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contains 'The Homemade Miracle,' 'Inconstant Star,' 'The White Kid Gloves,' 'The Poor Black Sheep,' 'Small World,' 'Santa Claus and the Tenth Avenue Kid,' 'The Fifty-Dolar Bottle, and 'A Baby Sitter for Christmas. These stories appeared in Good Housekeeping, The American Magazine, Cosmopolitan, Ladies'Home Journal and McCall's.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0931722551, Hardcover)

In 1952, Doubleday published a little book of Margaret Cousins' well-loved Christmas stories. Whimsical, warm and lively, they had originally appeared in Good Housekeeping, McCall's and other popular magazines. They are definitely "keepers," so we bring them to you again--a joyful assemblage of lovers, children, grandmothers, tycoons, and crooks who discover their better selves in a fascinating series of miracles, homemade and heaven-sent.

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