Synopses: Christmas Story Teller 3

Jingle Bells
Ring in the season of goodwill by singing the happy Christmas song.

A Carol for Gobbolino
When the popular little cat goes carol-singing it isn’t long before he finds himself plunged into another thrilling adventure.

Leroy Learns to Skate
Leroy the lion, Digby, Spot, Polly and the Tumbledownies all join forces in Ian Purdy’s riotous Magic Mountain story.

A delightful tale of a little Chinese girl who longs to see the snow. First published in Time and Again Stories by Methuen Children’s Books.

Snow Song
You’ve read the story, now sing the song!

Mother Goose
Meet the favourite pantomime character and follow Priscilla the goose’s efforts to outwit the baron.

Christmas Fun
A jolly rhyme to give you some ideas for Christmassy things to do.

Rudolph to the Rescue
Peter Wingham’s space age story of Santa and his trusty reindeer.

Away in a Manger
One of the loveliest of all carols.

Pull Out and Play!
Four pages of fun. Colour in the pictures and enjoy making Sugared Snowmen and Hearts and Cones.

I Saw Three Ships Come Sailing By
Another favourite Christmas song.

Dotty and the Teddy Bears
When Magic Mountain’s zany dragon blows a hole in her kitchen floor there’s trouble down below! Written by Malcolm Livingstone.

Clara and the Nutcracker Doll
The enchanting, magical story of the ever-popular ballet.

O Little Town of Bethlehem
A carol for Christmas Eve and Christmas morning.

The Surprise Christmas Tree
The poignant story of a little old man and his friends, the birds. Abridged from Little Pig Barnaby and Other Stories by Ursula Hourihane (OUP 1952) by permission of Oxford University Press.

The Forgotten Toys
A toy kangaroo and a rag doll go in search for a welcoming home.

Minnie’s Dinner Spell
The funny little witch tries to make a Christmas feast the easy way – with surprising results!

Morris’s Christmas Stocking
When a Magic Mountain hamster says he doesn’t believe in Father Christmas, he’s in for a shock!

Hurray for Christmas!
Sing along with the Mountain folk.

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