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The Man of the House at Huffington Row: A Christmas Story

by Mary Brigid Barrett

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It is Christmas Eve--a night for miracles--but for young Francis O'Shea, there is no magic in the air. Ever since his father passed away, Francis has spent every free moment working and helping his mother. Still, when his little sister, Katherine Mary, loses what she cherishes most, Francis does what little he can to lift her spirits. And on Christmas morning, he wakes to find a miracle both he and his sister can believe in. This moving original story, set during the Depression, will rekindle in all the hope and love at the heart of Christmas.

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The residents of Huffington Row enable two children who have lost their father to have a special Christmas.

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