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1. Why There's An Angel On Top Of The Christmas Tree - Mike Selig
Why There's an Angel on Top of the christmas Tree Contributed By Mike Selig Over 800 years ago Santa was having a terrible time getting all the gifts for the children. Trail stories Info. Email Lists/Archives. Ads Sales lit. Regional Chapters to prepare all the childrens gifts and he was quite he had forgotten the christmas tree for a family
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Why There's an Angel on Top of the Christmas Tree
Contributed By: Mike Selig
Over 800 years ago Santa was having a terrible time getting all the gifts for the children. It had been a bad year for Santa as his elves had all reached puberty at the same time. Well, anyway Santa had to work extra hard to prepare all the childrens gifts and he was quite frazzeled when it came time to load the sleigh and begin the long nite of deliveries. Santa was just about to leave for a long nites work when one of his angel helpers came running up to Santa and told him that he had forgotten the Christmas tree for a family in Budapest. Now Santa was quite angry that this tree had been forgotten and said to the angel that it would have to stay behind at the North Pole. The angel then asked Santa what he should do with the Christmas Tree. And that is why that to this day the Angel sits on the top of all Christmas trees!

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    UK / BBC / 39x15 m-e / 1957-57 and 1970 Creator:/ Music: Maria Bird Children's puppet series.Adventures of young boy Andy Pandy and his friends Teddy and the rag doll Looby Loo. In 1970 after 26 original episodes(repeated almost non stop) another 13 were made. These were written and produced by Freda Lingstrom and narrated by Vera McKechnie. ANGELA ANACONDA Canada/ Decode - C.O.R.E - Teletoon - Angela / x20m-e / 1999 Music:John Tucker Very bizarre animation telling stories of a daydreaming schoolgirl, the Angela of the title. The characters in this show had almost human features with normally animated bodies. Voices:- Richard Bisley / Juan Chioran / Allegra Fulton / Olivia Garratt / Eddie Glen / Linda Kash / Julie Lemieux / Diego Matamoros / Bryn McAuley AN ANGEL FOR MAY UK / ITV1 / 1x120m / 23 December 2002 / 10:35am Book: Melvin Burgess / Adaption: Peter Milligan / Director: Harley Cokeliss / Producer: Michael Cowan
    In the present day while sheltering in a ruin during a thunderstorm, Tom falls back in time to the same location but during the second world war. It is a farmhouse and there he befriends an orphan girl, May, who is being looked after by the farmer and his soon-to-be fiancée. May was buried alive for a week under the rubble of a bomb hit house and is very withdrawn but Tom’s friendship brings her out. When Tom returns to the present he discovers that a terrible tragedy befell the farmhouse five days after he left and also discovers that May is still alive in the present day but is living as a down-and-out bag lady. He tries to get back in time to warn them of the impending danger but by the time of the next thunderstorm it is too late and he fails to warn them. But he unknowingly accomplishes enough and when he returns to the present again he finds that old May’s life is now a happy one.

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    7. SecondSight's Poem 'Christmas Mouse' At
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    Christopher the mouse was excited. It was nearly Christmas, his favorite day of the year. He had seen four Christmases before, but this year would be the first time he got to be a helper.
    Christopher’s home was brightly decorated this year. Christopher was especially proud of this year’s Christmas decorations. He had collected popcorn that had fallen from the microwave oven onto the floor and his little sister Missy strung the popcorn together to form garland. The wreath which hung outside the mice’s front door was actually discarded Fruit Loops from an overflowing cereal bowl.
    There were four mice in Christopher’s family: his mom and dad, his little sister Missy (she was three and ALWAYS following Christopher around.) Christopher was five and he had just started real mice school. He had a teacher, rode a school bus, and everything.
    Christopher and his family lived in a little hole in the kitchen near a refrigerator. The mice did their best to stay out of sight when people walked near, but at night Christopher and his family would run around and play with their friends.

    8. Best Childrens Books 2000
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    Shana Corey, illus. by Chesley McLaren (Scholastic Press)
    Corey and McLaren's exuberant debut introduces a true-to-life 19th-century feminist pioneer. With an irresistible blend of humor, history and panache, this tale demonstrates how one woman's fashion statement reflected the changing role of women in society. Fishing in the Air
    Sharon Creech, illus. by Chris Raschka (HarperCollins/Cotler)
    Author and artist are as inextricably linked as the father and son they portray in this moving meditation on the importance of memories and traditionin the guise of a fishing expedition. With poetic economy, Creech sets down a father's recollections of his boyhood days, as Raschka fills the canvas with a series of images that the man's words create in his son's mind. Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type

    9. Klondike Sun
    Wonderful christmas stories were read by some of the Library Board members. Carl'schristmas , a story The childrens' eyes lit up when Santa entered the library
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    A walk in the winter is not out of sight for Dawson families, even at 36 below. You just have to go out prepared. Mind you, this late December photo is about the only time it actually got that cold this winter. Photo by Dan Davidson
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    Dog Days in Dawson Again
    Former Dawsonite Gets a Medal

    New Writer at Berton House

    Santa Visits the Library
    The Burden of Winter
    Welcome to the January 19th on-line edition of the Klondike Sun . This is the abridged version of our 24-page Jan. 16th hard copy edition, which contained 30 photographs and 30 news stories, a poems, our bi-weekly local crossword and PAWS, the north's longest running strip cartoon. We are very late posting this. It is February 14, 2001 as I assemble this edition. In mid-January the InterNet provider we had been using collapsed and folded. While our paper was not on line with these people, both the editor and the Sun had their e-mail accounts that company, and it put a crimp in out production. There are two more hard copy editions out as I type these words and I will endeavor to get them both on-line before the next one appears.
    Dog Days in Dawson Again
    by Dan Davidson The television camera was running and Mayor Glen Everitt took a bit of a scolding from three of the four other members on council at the January 8 meeting. At issue was the mayor's radio interview of January 5, during which he announced a new initiative to help clean up the problem of packing dogs, which he said had reached serious proportions.

    10. Kiddie Lit - DigsBoards
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    Head of the House posted 06-20-2000 08:27 PM I've been collecting children's books since my boyfriend bought me Dr. Seuss' "Fox in Socks" as a present for our first Christmas together. I'm a big fan of anything by Dr. Seuss, or Chris Van Allsberg ... besides the pretty pictures, I also love the way children's stories are so imaginative and fantastical and just plain fun. Anyone else out there still read children's and young adult literature? IP: Logged Dee Dee
    Subletter posted 06-30-2000 07:18 AM Yes, tons! I have a whole shelf of kids books that are still good to read. From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, Five Children and It, (It is a sand creature that grants them wishes), Little Men, Freaky Friday (much better than the movie) any Dr. Seuss book (especially the Sneetches). Another favorite is The Monster At The End Of This Book (not the version with Elmo in it. He ruins all the suspense.) Alice in Wonderland, Rudyard Kipling short stories, and A. A. Milne Christopher Robin poems. Many of these books have my crayon marks still on them. IP: Logged yeefan
    Head of the House posted 06-30-2000 09:58 AM the mixed up files of mrs basil e frankweiler is that the ones where the kids roam around the art museum after hours? if so, i loved that book!

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    13. Gaucher Children - Family Stories
    Visit Family stories and find out more about these children. and his face lit uplike a christmas tree when to being a part of the childrens' Gaucher Research
    Visit Family Stories and find out more about these children Joseph DeFacci
    "Our Little Angel" Joseph Edilio DeFacci's story begins on February 24, 1993 at 2:10 pm. Our first child came into this world without too much fuss and was instantly loved by his Mommy, Daddy, and all of his family. We knew from the moment Joseph arrived that he was special. Not just because he was our first, but because there was just something special about him. We couldn't quite put our finger on it, but we figured it would come in time.
    As the months passed, we grew to love him more than we ever thought we could love another human being. We simply adored him. Joey had beautifully expressive eyes (eyelashes that went on and on!) and a terrific disposition. Family and friends would remark on his angelic smile and say, "you are so lucky to have such a wonderful little boy. He hardly ever cries!"
    In August of 1993, Joey developed a cold and cough. No matter what we did, he just couldn't seem to shake it. He had this awful wheezing cough and kept vomiting up everything he ate. His eyes started to cross and he began having problems keeping weight on. We started seeing a Lung Doctor who started Joey on breathing treatments. Joey also had a reflux problem. The Doctor started him on some medicine and reflux precautions.
    At first, we were overwhelmed. What happened to our happy, healthy child? It seemed that it was almost overnight that everything changed. But we adjusted, Joey adjusted, and life went on.

    14. Halloween And New Year!
    the dark, each of the little stalls was lit up, and smiling happily and all the fruitsellers wishing everyone merry christmas. The stuff of childrens stories.
    Halloween and New Year
    England really goes to town with festive season celebrations. Okay, by Christmas you're sick of Christmas already, but it's still really nice. We went down to the village fruit and vegetable market on Christmas eve to buy some some last minute supplies - in the dark, each of the little stalls was lit up, and there were ladies selling wreaths of holly, mistletoe and everyone bundled up against the cold and smiling happily and all the fruit sellers wishing everyone merry christmas. The stuff of childrens stories.
    An incredible hail storm hit Surbiton ... note the pain on Peter's face ... it had taken me a while to focus the photo ... *oops*.
    Peter and our pumpkin ... we're very proud of our pumpkin.
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    The cold sets in ... down sleeping bags were an excellent investment
    Me snuggled up in bed with all the necessary equipment.
    ... Peter and Mark devour more food.
    ... I take a little break to squeeze my food into a tiny corner of my stomach so that I can fit more in.
    ... and Ingrid also munches away happily. Peter and I went home feeling like giant squid ... YUM! We also saw some excellent fireworks from the windows - New Years in London is like WWII with all the crackers going off. Oh - and watching all the Millenium celebrations on TV, Paris won the show by far, in our opinion - beautifully coreographed.

    15. Judaism Reading List: Trad. Lit. And Practice (Pt. II)
    in which a Jewish family can cope with christmas. 35Buy 19childrens Books for JewishTheology for Children, Israel, Learning Hebrew, and Jewish stories.
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    16. Classics Booklist -
    MacMillan) 033367104X Dickens, C. A christmas Carol (Puffin Van Winkle and other stories(Puffin) 0140367713 the New Forest (Hodder childrens Books) 0340689838
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    Key Stage 2 Alcott, L. Little Women (Puffin) 0140366687
    Barrie, J.M. Peter Pan (Puffin) 0140366741
    Baum, L.F. The Wizard of Oz (Puffin) 0140366938
    Burnett, F.H. The Secret Garden (Puffin) 0140368213
    Chaucer, G. The Canterbury Tales (Puffin) 0140380531
    Crompton, R. Just William at Christmas (MacMillan) 033367104X
    Dickens, C. A Christmas Carol (Puffin) 0140367233
    Garnett, E. The Family from One End Street (Puffin) 0140367756
    Irving, W. Rip Van Winkle and other stories (Puffin) 0140367713
    Kingsley, C. The Water-Babies World Classics (Oxford University Press) 0192822381 Knight, E. Lassie Come Home (Puffin) 0140367195 MacDonald, G. The Princess and the Curdie (Puffin) 0140367624 MacDonald, G. The Princess and the Goblin (Puffin) 0140367462 Marryat, C. The Children of the New Forest (Hodder Childrens Books) 0340689838

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    18. BookPage Children's Review: Children's Holiday Book Roundup
    rich colors and poetic language to tell three stories within the bright lights inmemory of that first christmas night when the world was lit with glory
    Light prevails in children's holiday books
    Review by Jan Keeling Children's books for this holiday season are filled with light of one kind or another. These eight holiday books for children use text and illustrations to serve several of literature's time-honored purposes: to warn against extinguishing light, and to help readers see what is important about themselves and about things that are larger than themselves. "S ilent Night" by Will Moses is a charming depiction of Christmas in an old-time Vermont village. Yes, the artist/author is a descendent of beloved folk painter Anna Mary Robertson Moses, better known as Grandma Moses; in fact, he is her great-grandson and has carried on her folk art tradition by developing his own folk style and becoming internationally famous in his own right. In "Silent Night," the first stanza of the hymn is spread across the tops of the pages, with the full text of the original story by Moses beneath. Moses' tale revolves around an earthly human event that echoes the ancient hymn: the birth of a Christmas baby. Young readers will delight most of all in the illustrations, whose bright colors and details exemplify the best of folk art there is so much to look at in these paintings, so much to see!
    Silent Night
    By Will Moses
    Philomel Books, $16.95

    19. Call Santa .oOO( Christmas Stories: Sam's First Christmas )OOo.
    to me and have told me wonderful christmas stories, I'm what that darn dog did underthe christmas tree from Call Santa will benefit The Lost childrens Network.
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    An Original Christmas Story by
    Daniel 'Chip' Ciammaichella W ow, this Christmas stuff is really neat. I've been watching my family scurry around for weeks, just to get ready for this one, beautiful, magical morning. I've never seen anything like this before, and even though Mom and Dad try to explain it all to me and have told me wonderful Christmas stories, I'm not sure I understand it. I'm Sam, and although I've been around the block a few times, I must admit this is the first time I've ever encountered this thing called Christmas. I've been on this earth for over 10 months and thought I knew it all. Now I find I'm not quite as worldly as I thought. Eh, live and learn. Discovering new things is the spice of life and boy have I been discovering things lately. Who'd have thought you could plant a tree right inside the house? I'd always thought something was missing in the living room and when Dad brought that tree in, I knew what it was! What a great place for a tree. And what a tree it is. Sure, I'm no tree expert, but I've been around my share and I've never seen a tree like this. It's green and fluffy, and reaches almost to the ceiling. As great as that tree would be by itself, the family immediately began to decorate it.

    20. Online Children's Stories
    We offer 36 christmas stories for the family. Inspirational as well as fantasy. Several childrens stories are available.
    Online Children's Stories
    There are a lot of stories available on the Internet to read or download. Some of them are from well-known books, others can be found only online.
    Story Collections
    Here you will find Web sites that have a variety of stories available: some folktales, some contemporary stories, maybe some poetry and non-fiction as well.
    Folklore, Myth and Legend
    This page includes links to many sources of folklore, as well as to information about folklore.
    Songs and Poetry
    Everything from nursery rhymes to classic poems.
    Classics for Young People
    Contemporary Writing for Children and Young Adults
    Some of these stories are taken from books by well-known authors such as Dr. Seuss and Ludwig Bemelmans; others are published only online, by newcomers to children's books.
    Readers' Theatre
    Writings by Children
    Christmas Stories
    My compilation of links to Christmas stories.
    Tuesday, February 18, 1997
    The Children's Literature Web Guide

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