Christmas Magic: A Multi-Ethnic Christmas Fable
Havet Press, Nov 1, 1989 - Juvenile Fiction - 310 pages
This touching, "grown-up" fable not only pushes aside materialism to unveil the magic of giving gifts of love from the heart, but reveals through a multi-ethnic Santa & a liberated Misty that differences & imperfections contribute to the beauty of being human. Praised as fun, clever & timely.
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Ah Cory Stop beating your worry drum
Do you see this sock?
First I must change my identity
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