Carl's Christmas

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Farrar Straus Giroux, 1990 - Babies / Fiction - 32 pages
Carl the dog is left at home to care for baby. He is a good babysitter and they decorate their own tree, go outside and do window shopping, win a basket--and give to the needy, invite guests and rest at home where it is warm. Santa comes to visit and Carl is tired.

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User Review  - Whisper1 - LibraryThing

Loyal to his family, Carl's owners leave him alone to watch the baby. If you can get past the idea that adults would leave a baby with a dog, this is a delightful tale of the meaning of Christmas ... Read full review

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Love Carl so sweet!........ Read full review

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