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By Ruth J. Morehead

ISBN-10: 0679800751

ISBN-13: 9780679800750

Illus. in complete colour. Holly-besprigged children illustrate each web page ofthis festive selection of sixteen favourite vacations songs and poems, including"Deck the Halls," "Jingle Bells," and plenty of extra.

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