Story Teller (Marshall Cavendish)

A Tribute to the Collection of the World's Best Children's Stories Published by Marshall Cavendish

Synopses: Christmas Story Teller 1

Ding Dong Merrily on High!
A brand new arrangement of the favourite carol, sung by Martin Noakes, Margaret O’Reilly and Vivian Tierney.

Bertie’s escapade
Kenneth Grahame’s farmyard romp where Bertie and his chums go out on a seasonal rampage.

The Chocolate Soldier
A tale of three friends and some very special mice, written and illustrated by Roger Langton.

Timbertwig’s Christmas Tree
Wiggly Wood celebrates a very decorative Christmas, thanks to author/artist Peet Ellison.

King John’s Christmas
The poems of A. A. Milne

Snow  White and the Seven Dwarfs
The immortal story of indestructable beauty from the Brothers Grimm.

Silent Night
A carol popular in every country where Christmas is celebrated. Sung by Margaret O’Reilly and Martin Noakes.

Boo Ho Ho!
Geraldine McCaughrean’s humorous story of the trials and tribulations of Santa and Rudolph.

What Wanda Wanted
How a spoilt and selfish little girl learns to enjoy the spirit of Christmas, by Felix Culpa.

Aladdin and his Magic Lamp
The well-loved story of a boy and a genie brings excitement to the pantomime season.

The Great Sleigh Robbery
Michael Foreman’s extravaganza tells the story of a kidnap attempt – on Father Christmas!

The First Christmas
The beautiful story of the day Jesus was born.

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One comment on “Synopses: Christmas Story Teller 1

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This entry was posted on 3 October, 2009 by in Synopses.
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