Kris Kringle

Author: Maria Ciampi
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1434398978
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"Hello, my name's Ricky and I honestly thought I knew what I was doing.

The Return Of Kris Kringle

Author: Caroline Mickelson
Publisher: Bon Accord Press
Size: 62.45 MB
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“Hello Candy.” Candy grinned widely and came around the end of the counter
with arms outstretched. “Well, hello Kris Kringle! What a lovely surprise!” She
enveloped Kris into a huge hug. “Welcome home.” “Thank you, Candy. It feels
very nice to be back.” As she spoke the words, Kris realized it was true. She felt
good. Relaxed even. She smiled. “Where is everyone?” Candy smiled. “Well, it's
the strangest thing. Cookie and I came in early this morning to begin prep work
for breakfast.

Mr Kris Kringle

Author: Silas Weir Mitchell
Publisher: Jazzybee Verlag
ISBN: 3849647188
Size: 26.63 MB
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Silas Weir Mitchell. Mr. Kris Kringle A Christmas Tale. Silas Weir Mitchell
Contents: Mr. Kris Kringle 1.2.3. Cover Design: @mei - Jazzybee
Verlag Jürgen Beck 86450 Altenmünster, Loschberg 9 Deutschland ISBN:
[email protected] Mr. Kris Kringle 1. It was Christmas Eve. The snow.

The Clause Chronicles

Author: Kris Kringle
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1426946643
Size: 31.22 MB
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In The Clause Chronicles, Karl Krueger-with a little help from Kris Kringle-offers practical advice for families who want to make the yearly trek to see Santa a joyful one for their little ones.

Kris Kringle S Magic

Author: Diane Stringam Tolley
Publisher: Cedar Fort
ISBN: 1462103006
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Mr Kris Kringle A Christmas Tale Illustrated

Author: Mitchell, S. Weir
Publisher: Seltzer Books via PublishDrive
ISBN: 1455338133
Size: 62.55 MB
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You couldn't help me. You couldn't know, dear, what to burn." "But I know," said
the girl, decisively. "I know. I had a letter once; but Hugh never had a letter. I wish
Kris Kringle would take them away this very, very night; and lessons, too, I do.
What will he bring us for Christmas, mamma? I know what. I want"-- "A Kris
Kringle to take away troubles would suit me well, Alice; I could hang up a big
stocking." "And I know what I want," said the boy. "Nurse says Kris has no money
this Christmas.