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Angels and Other Strangers: Family Christmas Stories

Author: Katherine Paterson Publisher: HarperCollins Product Description Aminister, trying to help a boy find his father, winds up in jail on Christmas Eve. A mother copes with the death of her infant. A father searches for his runaway son. A widower takes in an outspoken foster child who tests the limits of his generosity. In […]

Marvin’s Best Christmas Present Ever (I Can Read Book 3)

Author: Katherine Paterson Publisher: HarperCollins Product Description Christmas is coming… … and Marvin is worried. His big sister, May, always makes great presents for their parents, and Marvin’s are never as good. But this year, he is determined to make the best Christmas present ever — one that will last forever.

Angels and Other Strangers: Family Christmas Stories

Rating: (4 reviews) Author: Katherine Paterson Publisher: HarperCollins Product Description In unexpected and heartwarming ways, two–time Newbery Medalist Katherine Paterson has written a collection of nine inspirational short stories that illuminate the true meaning of the Christmas story. Hope and celebration are the common threads in this exploration of the mysterious workings of the human […]

A Midnight Clear: Family Christmas Stories

Author: Katherine Paterson Publisher: Puffin

Angels and Other Strangers (rpkg): Family Christmas Stories

Rating: (3 reviews) Author: Katherine Paterson Publisher: HarperTrophy Book Description `With her gifts of insight and compassion the author weaves [9 contemporary] stories about miracles of the Christmas season [in which] the lowly are raised up and the proud are brought low. The stories are deeply moving and filled with humor. They are based on […]

Bridge to Terabithia

Rating: (792 reviews) Author: Katherine Paterson Publisher: HarperTrophy Product Description Jess Aaron’s greatest ambition is to be the fastest runner in the fifth grade. He’s been practicing all summer and can’t wait to see his classmates’ faces when he beats them all. But on the first day of school, a new kid, a new girl, […]