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 2

Deck the Halls
A new vocal arrangement by Donald Fraser of one of the merriest of all Christmas carols.

Gobbolino’s Christmas Adventure
Ursula Moray Williams’ intrepid cat and the Little Wooden Horse encounter danger in the snow.

Shorty and the Starship
Anth Ginn and Malcolm Livingstone join forces to bring you the latest exploits of Story Teller’s favourite character from outer space.

Mole’s Winter Welcome
Kenneth Grahame’s lovable animals from The Wind in the Willows celebrate Christmas in their own very special way.

Santa’s Sunny Christmas
This year Santa travels a great deal further from the North Pole than he bargained for!

Good King Wenceslas
The traditional tale, retold by Alice Peebles, is followed by a new setting of the famous carol.

Dick Whittington and his Cat
Long popular during pantomime season, the story of an adventurous lad with ambitions to be Lord Mayor of London.

The Tale of the Little Pine Tree
Korky Paul is both author and illustrator of this delightful yarn about the most beautiful Christmas tree of them all.

The Fairies’ Cake
A tale from the highlands of Scotland in which a formidable cook almost meets her match!

Grogre and the Giant Nasher
The popular little ogre and his family encounter a few spots of trouble preparing for the big feast.

A Christmas Carol
Charles Dickens’ immortal story of how the miserly Scrooge learns to love the spirit of Christmas.

We Wish You a Merry Christmas
The traditional sing-along carol.

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2 comments on “Synopses: Christmas Story Teller 2

  1. rea
    22 October, 2010

    where can you get these from now ?

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