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Madeline's Christmas

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Viking Juvenile


MPN: 9780670806669
ISBN: 0670806668
Author: Ludwig Bemelmans

With everyone else sick in bed with a cold on Christmas eve, it is up to Madeline to run the school and she finds a remarkable helper in a rug-selling magician.
Madeline's Christmas is a must own book. The author is Ludwig Bemelmans and it was published sometime in October of 1985 by Viking Juvenile. The children's book has 32 pages and it incorporates some brilliantly colored illustrations. The book is 0.4" Height x 12.1" Length x 8.5" Width and has a weight of 0.95 lbs, add to cart by clicking the hyperlink below.

"That old home in Paris that is covered with vines' still holds the irrepressible Madeline, who right here manages to keep things going when everyone is sick abed Christmas Eve. The pictures are vintage Bemelmans -- brisk, energetic, and strikingly composed."Booklist

'Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the house, not a creature was stirring as a result of a nasty, contagious illness--even the mouse is in bed with a miserable cold. Of course, Miss Clavel's bell breaks the spell and they're all back in time to celebrate the New Year. He returns for the old home (nevertheless covered in vines) , exactly where Madeline helps him thaw out, and he works a little Christmas magic--sending the girls on cross-country carpet rides to surprise their parents. competently running the household until she hears a knock at the door--a visitor whom she suspects might be Santa Claus. (Ages 4 to 8) --Karin Snelson Without his rugs, however, he is extremely chilly, and he feels really silly for getting sold them."She procures many francs from Miss Clavel and pays the merchant. Rather it's a magical-rug merchant, with 12 red carpets that Madeline thinks would be perfect for the 12 girls and"For our ice-cold within the morning feet. Only brave Madeline is up and about.



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