Cover of A Little Book For Christmas

A Little Book For Christmas

Auhtor: Cyrus Townsend Brady

Language: english
Published: 1917

Genres:

fiction and literature
Downloads: 131
eBook size: 62Kb

Review by Joanna Daneman, October 2008


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A Little Book For Christmas':

Christmas Angel is a small book for children.

Excerpts from the Book 'A Little Book For Christmas':


... them to come again. How many, with whom we joined hands around the Christmas tree, have gone. Circles are broken, families are separated, loved ones ...
... a Christmas hope, a Christmas wish. Let us give to it the gracious expression of life among men. [Illustration]. FROM A FAR COUNTRY. [Illustration]. Being ...
... cried the younger. I have come to my senses, I can't bear it.. I'll say it if it kills you. You did it, I repeat. He longed and ...
... the light from the hall behind him streaming out into the night. He could see nothing. He called aloud, but there was no answer. He had no idea where ...
... even the hideous prison-made clothes had been pawned, and some rags, which were yet the rags of a free man, which had been preserved through the long ...
... at him in open-eyed astonishment, an astonishment which was without any vestige of alarm. He looked down at the two and they looked up at him, equal ...
... blackguard. I've gone down to the very depths. I have been in State's prison. I was, I am, a thief, but I never would have withheld a dying man's ...
... blessing and would fain convey it fitly. Therefore to commemorate that great gift the custom of exchanging tokens of love and remembrance has grown ...
... he vill call us to see ze tree.. Never had the captious little girl been more docile, more obedient. Dressing Ethel that morning was a pleasure ...
... the engine out of the drift and they had not come back. Henry sat in silence for some time watching the whirling snow. He was sad even the thought ...
... his brother George, who was about nine, had great difficulty in quieting. We put the last shovelful of coal in the stove, said Mary Wright, and ...
... opened the bag and brought out three stockings, one for each of his guests. He fastened them to the baggage racks above the seats and watched the two ...
... first man in was the conductor. After the trainmen had discovered that the coach had been left behind they had managed to get into Kiowa and ...
... bowing to that Child and His mother, and even that mother is at the feet of the Child. From the snow peaks of the North land, from Greenland's icy ...
... exhibited in the stretched out arm of majesty. Some of you who read this and many more who can not are poor, perhaps very poor, but you can stand beside ...
... real West that is, which lies beyond the Mississippi, the Missouri, and the Rocky Mountains. They know nothing of its ideas, its capacities, its possibilities, ...
... the year on which to have it rain, Christmas is the worst. Still, the farmers would be thankful. It was usually safe to be thankful out there whenever ...
... and you are welcome to 'em.. There was a clapping of little hands in childish glee, and then the two faces fell as the elder remarked. But Santa ...
... little hope. Heaven bless the woman who had packed that box, for, in addition to the usual necessary articles, there were dolls, knives, books, games ...
... fairly accurately 'futuristic' 1970s aviation technology. As a story though, there's not much to it.D Lawrence : BayProblem at Pollensa Bay and Other ...