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Author:
Leola Ramsey
ISBN13:
978-0962954115
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096295411X
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Lmr Productions (April 1, 1992)
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lumber company is about to turn the forest into toothpicks, and he decides that there are worse things than being a Christmas tree.

Chris : The Naughty Christmas Tree. ISBN13:9780962954115.

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Leola Ramsey (born Street), 1904 - 1992 Leola Ramsey (born Street) 19041992. Leola married Morris Ramsey

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Alternate Title: A Christmas Carol. Words: Gilbert Keith (G. Chesterton (1874 - 1936) Vocal Recordings: MP3, OGG. Compare: The Christ-Child Lay On Mary's Lap (Title: The World's Desire). Source: Burton Egbert Stevenson, e. The Home Book of Verse, Volume 1 (New York: Henry Holt And Company, 1912); Project Gutenberg Etext 1. The Christ-child lay on Mary's lap, His hair was like a light. O weary, weary were the world, But here is all aright.

THESE naughty Christmas decorations put the X into Xmas entirely by mistake, proving 'tis the season to be jolly. While a palm tree tree festooned with lights in someone's front garden creates an unfortunate outline. Santa clutches a festive candle that bears an unfortunate resemblance to something that's normally found in the bedroom. 22. This Christmas candle clutched by a Santa bears an unfortunate resemblance to something that's normally found in the bedroom. Elsewhere there's a bum-shaped bauble. And a snowman family in a bizarre tryst.

A young fir tree plays tricks on all the people and animals around until his only friend, Punk the skunk, warns him that the lumber company is about to turn the forest into toothpicks, and he decides that there are worse things than being a Christmas tree.A young fir tree plays tricks on those around him until he is warned that the lumber company is about to turn the forest into toothpicks, and he decides that there are worse things than being a Christmas tree