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Christmas Wreath (Paperback)
Some of the entries in this collection of Christmas songs, poems, and stories were winners of the Scholastic Writing Awards of 1961, 1967, and 1974.
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GOOD: The book shows the usual signs of wear: slightly worn corners, tanning, and a few scuff marks on the front and back covers.
NOTE: This books originally came with a set of “Colorful Gummed and Perforated Mailing and Gift Labels” that are no longer included. There is some discoloration due to their having been inserted inside the front cover.
From the back cover: “An appealing and brightly illustrated collection of Christmas stories, Christmas poems, and easy-to-play-and-sing Christmas songs arranged for 2-hand piano, with guitar chords.”
- Christmas Is Coming (song)
- Christmas Hemlock (short story)
- Every Star Shall Sing a Carol (song)
- As Dew in Aprille (poem)
- Christmas Sestina (poem)
- The Gift of the Magi (short story)
- Noel (poem)
- A Christmas Carol (song)
- Christmas Eve Gift (short story)
- Christmas Plan (poem)
NOTE: The poems Christmas Play, Noel, and Christmas Sestina were winning entries in Scholastic Writing Awards for the years 1961, 1967, and 1974.
- Owen, Betty M. (editor)
- Scholastic Book Services
- Publish Date:
- 1966, 1967, 1974, 1976 (First Printing)
- Oversized Paperback
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