Poems and Flash Fiction relating to Christmas
Short, humorous and sad story of getting old.
Volcanos, magic, adventure and Christmas they are all in this story.
Christmas cat is based on a girl named Abby who had wanted a cat for Christmas but never got one but then her wish comes true.
A collection of twenty five short stories each for the day of December. All filled with joy and happiness.
Ever wondered what's behind the wrapping paper of your gift? We'll find out what happens to Cassie and Jereds family on Christmas.
My song is about Christmas it is in the tune of the cup song me and my cousin made this song in 2015 and I finished it in 2017 7th of January which is today
This as a wonderful book of 2 poems they all rhyme it's probably my best novel so far you have to read it and like it I know if you like rhymes then you will be sure to like this allot so, please check out this book and follow me for greater novels
Sienna born from Italian immigrants shares her recipe of her favourite Christmas meal. Giving an insight to language, counting, and imagination.
Four boys conspire to steal Jesus from a Nativity Scene and return him on Christmas.
This is my 2017 Christmas list, it's not all of it. I have about 5,000 that I want.
This book is about three boys called Alex Sonny and Thaha who end up going to jail and they end up on skull island.
My book is about this kid who is having a bad Christmas Eve he spills his food over him also he doesn’t have anyone to play with only his dad
This story is about a girl who finds love just in time for Christmas.
It maybe fun for some readers if you love Christmas it is about a girl called Luna and her mom and dad split up so she made a with that her father will get back together with her mother and it did come true so that is a little about the story
Identical twin sisters Justice and Liberty Pope have their looks and a Christmas birthday in common, but very little else. Justice is a busy California divorce attorney who spends her days surrounded by hostile clients wanting out of their miserab...