A Child's Christmas Treasury
Dial Books for Young Readers, 1988 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 105 pages
Breathtaking paintings from the Victorian and Edwardian eras are perfectly matched with the best-loved poems, stories, and traditions of the season in a book filled with tradition.
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Angel did say ANON auld lang syne babe is Lord bless the master boar's head bore sweet Jesus born bright bring CHARLES DICKENS cheer chorus Christ the babe Christmas Carol Christmas Day Christmas Eve Christmas is coming Christmas my true Cratchit day of Christmas Deck the hall earth figgy pudding fir-tree fire frosty gifts goose happy heavenly Holly bears holy night Infant holy Joseph was a-walking King Wenceslas let the summer little children little Lord Jesus manger Mary bore sweet Merrily merry Christmas morning Nicholas north wind doth Pickwick Papers poems poor thing Ring out wild ROBERT HERRICK Robin dear Robin Redbreast roof and tree ROSSETTI Santa Claus Silent night sleep snow lies white songs stars sunny bank sweet Jesus Christ thee thev true love sent UK Poet verse Visit from St WASSAILING Whisper-Whisper white on roof wild bells wind blow South wind doth blow Winter