I am looking for the title of a children’s Christmas book which had sound effect buttons down one side which you could press. This book was a Christmas favourite of ours as children in the 1990’s, and was likely either an English or possibly American book, sent over by relatives living there at the time (posting from the UK).
The book listed various fantastical Christmas themed items, possibly describing a Christmas wish list, or remembering things from an (imaginary) Christmas walk or dream? The bits we can remember are:
- Magic shoes for walking on a beam of light
- A magic ride on Santa’s sleigh
- Pirates treasure and a gold doubloon
I think the items repeated on each page with one being added each time. The last line of each section was “white snow, bright snow, icy cold starlit snow”.
Can anyone else remember this book, or shed any light on the title?
This is a Christmas book and it follows three mice who are brothers. They're named after spices (if my memory serves me correctly, Nutmeg, Cinnamon, and Ginger). They're trying to find a Christmas present for their mother and she sings them a lullaby. This is all of the information that I can remember, but I am a senior in high school and I read it roughly 10 years ago.
in the early 90's I received what I believe was a children's book of short Christmas stories. In particular, one was about a lamb Christmas tree ornament. I believe it was broken and then restored.
I was born in the late 70’s and my mom would read to me a used children’s book of holiday stories with anthropomorphic characters. I remember an owl (or maybe a family of owls); a mouse that ate paste in the Valentine’s story; a Halloween story and a Christmas story. I seem to remember the cover was orange and the illustrations were in black & white with a dash of orange. The illustrations were definitely done in the unique style of the late ’60s/early ’70s. Any ideas? Thanks!
Looking for a 1960s or 1970s Children's picture book. Boy and his parents celebrate Christmas. Father may be a lumberjack but forest life involved.
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I’m looking for a Christmas book I read in the 80s. It was about how Santa had a mirror & that’s how each place had a Santa. I think it was published by Avon.
Hello, I am looking for a Christmas book from when I was a child. The story is about a brother and sister staying at their grandparents for Christmas. The girl is spoiled and when she doesn’t get what she wants for Christmas, she throws a tantrum and walks out of the house. She walks to a barn where she hears voices, she looks inside and sees an owl telling the barn animals the true story of Christmas, and when they see her, they invite her to come in and hear the story. The book cover is bright electric blue with barn animals and star on one side and then a house decorated on the other. Thank you so much for your help!
I’m wondering how to find a children’s book that I remember having read to me. I was born in December of 1942 . I remember seeing an illustration ( in the book ) of hills made of sugar. Perhaps both white and brown sugar, that were supposed to be used to make Christmas goodies.
Story of a tree outside a little boy’s window that was to be cut down and brought into the house for a Christmas tree. The little animal inhabitants were told they had to vacate the tree by Christmas Eve. When the time came to cut the tree, the animals had completely decorated the tree.