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By Anne Bowen

Expecting Christmas definite will be tough! yet Anna is helping out her child brother through telling him all the symptoms that Christmas is coming... whilst the massive day ultimately arrives, Anna races downstairs to count number all the provides lower than the Christmas tree. yet by surprise she discovered the superior Christmas current of all is. And it isn t whatever that s wrapped lower than the tree... Distributor: Spring Arbor/Ingram writer: Anne Bowen layout: 32 pages, hardcover with library binding ISBN: 9781575059341

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This Christmas there will be YOU. And that is the best present of all! When ANNE BOWEN was a young girl, the first snowfall of winter not only meant magical days of playing in the snow, it also meant Christmas was coming. Her favorite part of Christmas has always been the lights, glimmering and shimmering, like ribbons of stars, up and down the street. Ms. Bowen is the author of several picture books, including What DO Teachers Do (after YOU Leave School)? and Tooth Fairy’s First Night. An elementary-school teacher for more than thirty years, she lives in Ogden, Utah, with her husband.

He also illustrated When You Visit Grandma & Grandpa by Anne Bowen and Five Creatures by Emily Jenkins, which was selected as an American Library Association (ALA) Notable Children’s Book. Mr. Bogacki lives in Long Island City, New York. Jacket illustrations © 2007 by Tomek Bogacki t Carolrhoda Books, Inc. A. w w w . l e r n e r bo o k s . A. e b s t e h C t h r s ’ i s t t a mas h W t o n f all?

When ANNE BOWEN was a young girl, the first snowfall of winter not only meant magical days of playing in the snow, it also meant Christmas was coming. Her favorite part of Christmas has always been the lights, glimmering and shimmering, like ribbons of stars, up and down the street. Ms. Bowen is the author of several picture books, including What DO Teachers Do (after YOU Leave School)? and Tooth Fairy’s First Night. An elementary-school teacher for more than thirty years, she lives in Ogden, Utah, with her husband.

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