The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus by L. Frank Baum is a fairly tale of sorts that creates its own version of a Santa Claus myth. It’s not your traditional North Pole, toy-making elves, and reindeer, but it does tell the story of a loving friend to children who desires all children be happy. It takes place in the fantasy land of the Forest of Burzee where nymphs and other fairy creatures live. One day a nymph decides to help a mortal baby, she calls him Claus… (7.72 MB)
Old Christmas: From the Sketchbook of Washington Irving. In this illustrated book, Washington Irving describes the glories of Christmas as it was celebrated in the past in England with descriptive stories of Christmas as celebrated in the countryside. Those who enjoy reading the novels of Austen, the Brontë sisters or Dickens will find this enjoyable Christmas reading. (257 KB)
The Christmas Angel
This children Christmas storybook was first published in 1910. Author Abbie Farwell Brown was known for her children’s stories including The Book of Saints and Friendly Beasts and In the Days of Giants: A Book of Norse Tales. The Christmas Angel tells the story of Miss Terry who has lost the Christmas spirit and become a crusty old woman. With the help of the Christmas Angel, she sees the error of her ways.
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