Santa Cows.

In a very modern Night before Christmas, the cows alight and bring gifts, including baseball uniforms, so all can play in the moonlight. PLEASE NOTE: This book has been sold.



The Santa Clauses.

Little Charlie takes matters into his own hands to prove that Santa Claus is real. Bright full-colour paintings of many Santas on facing pages. Translated. from German.



Baboushka and the Three Kings.

A Carol: Large figures in blue, red, and yellow-green lithos fill the small pages of this book and, with the beautiful type face, tell the story of Babushka, who declined to accompany the three kings and now searches endlessly for the Christ Child. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD



The Remarkable Christmas of the Cobbler's Sons.

A poor cobbler from the Tyrol leaves his sons on Christmas Eve, and they are visited by the legendary King Laurin, in the shape of a greedy old man. Simple earth-coloured pictures of the family's Christmas gift. A modern presentation of this tale by the author of This Way to Christmas, among many other books. Note This book has been sold.



The Golden Book of Christmas Tales.

Very short tales with large intricate pictures to illustrate them: The Cherry Tree, The Talking Animals, The Robin, The Glastonberry Thorn, La Befana, and others. Possibly some of these appeared earlier in Life magazine. Note: This book has been sold.



The Story of Christmas

Richly coloured stunning pictures of the Nativity, with a dark haired, dark-eyed Holy Family.



Tenggren's Night Before Christmas.

Nice blocky, generous sized pictures, with cute Tenggren children and a more conventional Santa. Stuffed toys under the tree include a Tawny Scrawny lion and a Poky Little Puppy! Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD



The Littlest Angel.

Helen Hayes introduced this beloved story of a mischievous angel on the radio. It was then recorded by Decca before being made into a book; with the tender original drawings. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD



The Snowman Who Wanted to Stay.

Fuzzy Wuzzy books appealed to little children, who enjoy the texture of books. The spirit of post-war Christmas's! Nice and fuzzy in a jacket worn on the back. PLEASE NOTE: This book has been sold.



Christmas Carols for Young Children.

It is a pleasure to see these images, although the colour seems dulled compared to early 20th c illustrations.



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