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Classic Treasury Christmas Stories is one of our bestselling Christmas books for children aged 7-10 years. This heart-warming collection is charmingly illustrated to create a winter wonderland that will get the whole family in the festive spirit! # Young readers can become familiar with Christmas songs and legendary tales by much-loved narrators such as Hans Christian Andersen and Charles Dickens.# A beautiful gift for every child, with a hardback cover and flocking (furry material).# Perfect for encouraging children to read during the busy Christmas holidays. Sypsis - Product detailsIn Classic Treasury Christmas Stories, you'll find famous Christmas songs such as 'Jingle Bells' and popular short stories such as Scrooge Celebrates Christmas. Kids can experience that special time of gifts and goodwill, when swflakes fall from the skies and magic is in the air. Chapters and stories inside Classic Treasury Christmas Stories: # Christmas is Coming chapter includes A Christmas Star, adapted from a story by Katharine Pyle# Magical Moments chapter includes A Visit from St Nicholas by Clement Clarke Moore# Winter Wonderland chapter includes Making Angels in the Sw, an extract from Raggedy Andy Stories by Johnny Gruelle# Presents and Parties chapter includes Christmas Morning, an extract from Peter and Polly in Winter by Rose Lucia# Goodwill and Giving chapter includes The Little Match Girl, adapted from a story by Hans Christian Andersen An extract from The Little Match Girl: The swflakes fell on her long blonde hair, which hung down in curls. Lights gleamed in every window, and there came to her the delicious smell of roast goose, for it was New Year's Eve. In a corner formed by two houses, she sat down shivering. She drew her little feet under her, but still she grew colder and colder. She did t dare go home until she had sold some matches.