2 edition of Birds" Christmas Carol found in the catalog.
Birds" Christmas Carol
Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin
|Statement||by Kate Douglas Wiggin, with illustrations by Helen Mason Grose.|
|Contributions||Grose, Helen Mason, illus.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.W638 B12|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 p. l., 74 p.|
|Number of Pages||74|
|LC Control Number||29022434|
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Book: The Birds’ Christmas Carol Author: Kate Douglas Wiggin, – First published: The original book is in the public domain in the United States and in most, if not all, other countries as well. Readers outside the United States should check their own countries’ copyright laws to be certain they can legally download this ebook.
The Birds' Christmas Carol is a novel by Kate Douglas Wiggin printed privately in and published in with illustrations by Katharine R. published the book to help fund the Silver Street Free Kindergarten, which she founded in The story is about Carol Bird, a Christmas-born child, a young girl who is unusually loving and generous, having a.
The Birds Christmas Carol, the story of Patsy, Timothy's Quest, and Other Stories (Autograph Edition) Wiggin, Kate Douglas Published by Houghton Mifflin, Boston ().
"Why, my baby," whispered Mrs. Bird in soft surprise, "I had forgotten what day it was. You are a little Christmas child, and we will name you 'Carol'—mother's little Christmas Carol!" "What!" said Mr. Bird, coming in softly and closing the door behind him.
"Why, Donald, don't you think 'Carol' is a sweet name for a Christmas baby. Carol Bird's Christmas by Wiggin, Kate Douglas and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Birds' Christmas Carol by Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin A LITTLE SNOW BIRD t was very early Christmas morning, and in the stillness of the dawn, with the soft snow falling on the house-tops, a little child was born in the Bird household.
They had intended to /5(24). Read III - The Birds' Nest of The Birds' Christmas Carol by Kate Douglas Wiggin. The text begins: Carol herself knew nothing of motherly tears and fatherly anxieties; she lived on peacefully in the room where she was born.
But you never would have known that room; for Mr. Bird had a great deal of money, and though he felt sometimes as if he wanted to throw it all in the sea, since it. Kate wrote and privately published her first book, The Birds' Christmas Carol, in order to raise money for her school in San Francisco.
The book helped Kate begin her career in publishing, translation, and travel. As part of her teaching career she wrote The Story of Patsy, published in /5(13).
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The Birds' Christmas Carol. Kate Douglas WIGGIN ( - ) Carol Bird was born on Christmas Day. She has spent all of her 11 years putting others above herself, always finding ways to make their lives a little more special.
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Born on Christmas, Carol tragically falls ill when she is five years old. The novel follows her heartwarming plan to hold a majestic Christmas celebrati /5(12).The Birds' Christmas Carol by Kate Douglas Wiggin.
The Birds' Christmas Carol was published in by the children's book author from Maine, best known for Rebecca of Sunnybrook may also enjoy her charming Christmas story, The Romance of a Christmas Card. The book's dedication: "To the three dearest children in the world: Bertha, Lucy, and Horatio.