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Cute story. I love the Little House series when I was growing up. The illustrations in this book were fantastic. ( )
  crazy4reading | Dec 21, 2015 |
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On behalf of Greg Graef and Pamela Harris, this book is dedicated to the Albuquerque Mountain Rescue, the Cibola, St. John's, and Los Alamos Search and Rescue Teams, the Air Force Pararescue Group, and the National Guard. Special thanks go to Tom Wright, Mark Beverly, Jim Ivy, and Steve Attaway of the Albuquerque Mountain Rescue. -R. G.
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The days were short and cold, the wind whistled sharply, but there was no snow.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 006058694X, Paperback)

Christmas is coming to the little house on the prairie, but Laura and Mary Ingalls are worried. It's been raining for days now, and Laura is afraid that Santa Claus won't be able to travel without snow. Mary is afraid that Santa won't be able to find them so far away on the prairie. Both girls are sure the rain has made the creek rise too high for Santa to cross it.

Two very sad little girls fall asleep on Christmas Eve. But on Christmas morning they awaken to a noise outside their log cabin door. Could it be Santa?

Laura Ingalls Wilder's Little House On The Prairie has been treasured by children of all ages for generations. Now, for the first time ever, comes an illustrated edition of this complete and unabridged Christmas chapter taken directly from Wilder's beloved book. Little House artist Renée Graef's rich paintings, combined with this heartwarming story, make this a new holiday classic for families to share year after year.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:12:56 -0400)

Mr. Edwards helps Laura and her family celebrate a happy Christmas on the prairie.

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