On Christmas Eve

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Scholastic, Oct 1, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 149 pages
24 Reviews
A heartfelt gift for every family, sure to be shared over and over each year.

Eight-year-old Tess is convinced this is the year she will finally meet Santa and experience the "Christmas magic." She also wishes with all her heart that her best friend's ill father will recover. Tess's faith in the season results in a Christmas Eve so wondrous, so sparkling, readers won't be able to help but feel transformed. Like trimming the tree and "It's a Wonderful Life"; baking cookies and "White Christmas"; ON CHRISTMAS EVE is sure to bring new holiday magic to readers' lives.

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Review: On Christmas Eve

User Review  - Jessica Cano - Goodreads

Didn't think I was going to like it, but I couldn't put the book down! As I was reading it, it got me more and more into that Christmas spirit. My favorite character was Tess! She gave a message telling us that anything is possible if you just believe; like she did when she saw Santa. Read full review

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User Review  - Elyce - Goodreads

Quick easy magical Christmas story. Couldn't decide if it should be a Hallmark or a ABC Family movie, it's that cheesy. Read full review

Contents

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About the author (2007)

Ann M. Martin's The Baby-Sitters Club series sold over 176 million copies and inspired a generation of young readers. Her novels include the Main Street series, BELLE TEAL, the Newbery Honor book A CORNER OF THE UNIVERSE, HERE TODAY, A DOG'S LIFE, and ON CHRISTMAS EVE, as well as the much-loved collaborations P.S, LONGER LETTER LATER and SNAIL MAIL NO MORE with Paula Danziger, and THE DOLL PEOPLE and THE MEANEST DOLL IN THE WORLD, written with Laura Godwin and illustrated by Brian Selznick. She lives in upstate New York.

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