Published: New York: Christy Ottaviano Books-Henry Holt and Company, 2010 Edition: 1st ed Description: 67 p. : ill. (some col.), music ; 29 cm ISBN/ISSN: 9780805066210 (alk. paper), 0805066217 (alk. paper), 0805066217 :, Language: English
Soul. time of angels/ Silent night / friendly beasts (English, traditional) ; Maybe in Bethlehem / carol for the shepherds / blind ox / We three kings of orient are / What you gonna name that pretty little baby? (Negro spiritual) ; What can I give him? / Long, long ago / There was no snow on Christmas Eve / On a Christmas night / Joy to the world / history of Christmas / Heart. December / How I know / We wish you a merry Christmas (Traditional English carol) ; visit from Saint Nicholas / Dear Santa / Jingle Bells / Christmas Eve at Indian Lake / Once there was a snowman / Day before Christmas / Christmas gift / Christmas gift / twelve days of Christmas (Traditional Welsh carol) ; Ms. MacAdoo's Christmas guests / Deck the halls (Traditional Welsh carol) ; Christmas-in-a-shoe-box / Miracle at midnight / A The A The Unknown ; The A Anonymous ; A The
Joyce Hansen ; Joseph Mohr and Franz Gruber ; Margaret Hillert ; Nancy Willard ; Tony Johnston ; John Henry Hopkins, Jr. ; Christina Rossetti ; Pam Muñoz Ryan ; Langston Hughes ; George Frideric Handel and Isaac Watts ; Deborah Hopkinson -- Aileen Fisher ; Margaret Hillert ; Clement C. Moore ; Heidi E.Y. Stemple ; James Pierpont ; Joseph Bruchac ; Marchette Chute ; Margaret Hillert ; Cedric Williams ; Gloria Houston ; Ella Joyce Stewart ; Katherine Paterson
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