Waiting for Santa

Waiting for Santa

Waiting for Santa Storybook Greetings

Author: Steve Metzger

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ISBN: 194554662X

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Waiting for Santa Storybook Greetings
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Waiting for Santa

Waiting for Santa

Author: Mary O'Keeffe (Writer for Gill Education)

Publisher:

ISBN: 0717183009

Category: Children's stories

Page: 16

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Waiting for Santa

Waiting for Santa

45 great icons with Christmas themes to keep busy little kids creatively.

Author: Nefline Art

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 1790854504

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Page: 42

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45 great icons with Christmas themes to keep busy little kids creatively. Drawings in simple lines, in the spirit of Christmas. Give your children colored pencils, markers or crayons and let them paint Christmas as they imagine! Suitable for preschoolers.
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Waiting for Santa Claus Coloring Book

Waiting for Santa Claus Coloring Book

The wait is over because Santa is here! Open this coloring book to find Santa Claus all jolly with his full belly! Coloring welcomes your child in a fantasy world where anything can happen.

Author: Activity Book Zone for Kids

Publisher: Activity Book Zone for Kids

ISBN: 1683765834

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The wait is over because Santa is here! Open this coloring book to find Santa Claus all jolly with his full belly! Coloring welcomes your child in a fantasy world where anything can happen. A good imagination is key to the ability to accept new lessons and learn new skills. So what are you waiting for? Secure a copy today!
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Waiting Up for Santa

Waiting Up for Santa

You were going to wait up for Santa again, weren't you?” He looked at her and
tried his best to do those puppy-dog eyes she always gave in to. “Mason, you
know you can't see him. He won't come in and leave any presents for you if you
stay ...

Author: Holly-Anne Divey

Publisher: Holly & Ivy Books, USA

ISBN: 9781465889935

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 10

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Mason just wouldn't stay in his bed on Christmas Eve. He was determined he was going to wait up for Santa. He had to see him with his own eyes. When Mom & Dad get up in the morning and rush into Mason's room yelling "Merry Christmas!" they find their little boy is gone, his bed cold and empty. But could what might be the worst day of their lives turn out to be one of the best days ever and a Christmas to remember? A cute Christmas story for all the family, from age 6 up. This is a SHORT STORY of approximately 2,180 words.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Journal Notebook

Journal Notebook

Journal Notebook Paper Composition Notebook Perfect square grid notebook for School/College students, engineering etc.

Author: Cas Book

Publisher:

ISBN: 9798603543260

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Page: 100

View: 576

Journal Notebook Paper Composition Notebook Perfect square grid notebook for School/College students, engineering etc. Standard Size. Good Quality. Size:8 x 10 in Pages:100 lightly lined pages Paper:Good quality white paper Cover:Soft Matte Cover, Math and Science design Search Composition Notebook for more variety in sizes, cover designs and ruling.
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Our Boys and Girls

Our Boys and Girls

To stay any longer we ' re surely unwise ; | We ' ll wait for the daylight to open our
eyes . ... We ' re all freezing , here , waiting in the cold ; So I ' ll not grumble ; while
I can , I ' ll strive For Santa to bring us our presents we wait ; | To let my boys ...

Author: Oliver Optic

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044092650704

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Santa Claus in America on the Eve of Christmas

Santa Claus in America on the Eve of Christmas

THE CHRISTMAS TREE IS GLOWING VERY BRIGHT . THE COOKIES THAT
MOMMY MADE , AND THE MILK IN THE CHRISTMAS CUP ARE READY FOR
YOU KNOW WHO . I WAITING FOR SANTA CLAUS , TO APPEAR , IS ALL THAT
WE ...

Author: John Mahoney

Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

ISBN: 9781434928177

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Page: 62

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Collection of Plays Ca 1870 1914

Collection of Plays Ca  1870 1914

All . We're all waiting , wait , wait , waiting , We're all waiting for Santa Claus to
come . Boys . We're all freezing , freeze , freeze , freezing , We're all freezing ,
here , waiting in the cold ; For Santa to bring us our presents we wait ; Come ,
hurry ...

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ISBN: UCLA:31158004817804

Category: Drama

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A Precious Pickle

A Precious Pickle

We ' re all waiting , wait , wait , waiting , We ' re all waiting for Santa Claus to
come . Boys . We ' re all freezing , freeze , freeze , freezing , We ' re all freezing ,
here , waiting in the cold ; For Santa to bring us our presents we wait ; Come ,
hurry ...

Author: George Melville Baker

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:HX6N6N

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Page: 15

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Santa and the Cyberspace Plot

Santa and the Cyberspace Plot

You used to write to Santa about three times a week and keep changing your
mind. ... “How can you say that? retorted the dismayed Head Elf. “Don't you care
about all the children who will be going to bed about now and waiting for Santa to
 ...

Author: Eric Scott

Publisher: Andrews UK Limited

ISBN: 9781783333844

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 100

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It is close to Christmas and Natalie has discovered that her big brother Jake claims he has proof that Santa, the Tooth Fairy and the Easter Bunny are not real. he intend to launch this proof worldwide on the web on Christmas Eve and ruin Christmas for ever. Oberon Moody, a man who makes Halloween masks dreams of making Halloween the only holiday on the calendar and, with his strange helper, the pointy-eared Dobbin, promises to help Jake in his task. Santa calls in the Tooth Fairy and the Easter Bunny to help foil Jake's plot with some pretty funny tricks.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Star the Tooth Fairy Takes a Holiday to Visit Santa at the North Pole

Star the Tooth Fairy Takes a Holiday to Visit Santa at the North Pole

Wreaths with bows and stockings hung high... waiting for Santa to arrive with all
kinds of TOYS! Star pondered what it would be like to sing Christmas carols and
send out Christmas cards, too. And have the biggest of big Christmas trees with ...

Author: Lucy Tooth

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9780557416233

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Page: 40

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YOUR connection to Tooth Fairy Fun, Magic & More! The Fourth Tooth Fairy Chronicle, in particularly, sends children the meaningful message that no matter what day of the year it is or how much fun they are having-they must remember to brush their teeth, to ensure a sparkling bright, fantastic simle! YOUR Special Child will enjoy riding with Star the Tooth Fairy in Santa's sleigh Christmas Eve, as he or she learns the importance of burshing his or her teeth. Truly a magnificent addition to YOUR Special Child's book shelve. The Fourth Chronicle in the "Tooth Fairy Chronicle" series! Purchase four hard copy Star the Tooth Fairy books and receive FREE Tooth Statinary Set, Tooth Box & Tooth Ring for your Special Child...for details visit: www.StarTheToothFairy.com or TwinkleBlink.com
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President in waiting

President in waiting

Biographical comic book about Nelson Mandela and his times.

Author: Santa Buchanan

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105133414529

Category: South Africa

Page: 24

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Biographical comic book about Nelson Mandela and his times.
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Lawrence the Lawnmower

Lawrence the Lawnmower

WAITING FOR SANTA On Christmas Eve, I left Lawrence the lawnmower;
Madears the shears, Longwave the radio, and the rest of the Cleaning Crew
behind, inside the old brick shed, while I ventured over to the Vicarage Hall to
watch the ...

Author: John J. Healy

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9783746072142

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 164

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Lawrence The Lawnmower is a collection of events, that occur in and around the home of the Baderway Family. These events are recorded through the eyes of a small spider called Doris.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Colton s Pocket Dragon

Colton s Pocket Dragon

Santa yelled. Colton, Iggy, Skylar, and the dragons were amazed as they looked
down at all the chimneys waiting for Santa and his bag full of toys. “Okay, Colton,
pick a house,” Santa said. “Okey dokey.” Colton smiled and then closed his eyes
 ...

Author: Rebecca Massey

Publisher: Author House

ISBN: 9781491822883

Category: Fiction

Page: 42

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Come fly with Colton and his pocket dragon! Colton is a ten-year-old boy who finds an egg that he keeps safe and warm until one day it hatches, revealing a baby dragon. Join Colton and his pocket dragon as they go off on flying adventures. Together they will find and save Iggy the bigfoot, Skylar the dinosaur, Tansy the abdominal snowman, meeting Santa Claus and Bernie the orangutan. They will explore a haunted house and encounter the Master Dragon. Together they will find tree monsters, snow monsters, gargoyles, wolves, snakegons, ghosts, and a gigantic mole. Come tag along with Colton and his pocket dragon on their adventures.
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Writing the Short Film

Writing the Short Film

... waiting, moves through a variety of characters and settings— a suburban
commuter waiting for a train, a woman waiting for a sign from above, an actor
waiting to be discovered, a young man waiting to fly, a young boy waiting for
Santa Claus ...

Author: Patricia Cooper

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781136048579

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 312

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The short film is a unique narrative art form that, while lending itself to experimentation, requires tremendous discipline in following traditional filmic considerations. This book takes the student and novice screenwriter through the storytelling process- from conception, to visualization, to dramatization, to characterization and dialogue- and teaches them how to create a dramatic narrative that is at once short (approximately half an hour in length) and complete. Exercises, new examples of short screenplays, and an examination of various genres round out the discussion. NEW TO THE THIRD EDITION: new screenplays, a chapter on rewriting your script, and a chapter on the future of short films
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MIDNIGHT ON CHRISTMAS EVE

MIDNIGHT ON CHRISTMAS EVE

he girls and boys were waiting for Santa and cheered as he came out of the
dungeon. However, the terrible dark shadows were now aware of Santa's escape
and were moving in. At that very moment, Santa's reindeer pierced the blackness
of ...

Author: Kevin R. O’Malley

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781467071123

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 116

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An earthquake has revealed one of Santa Claus’ closely held secrets, but it is fiercely guarded by a ghost .... the ghost of Barrister Thurgood Mistletoe! Legend tells us that centuries ago Barrister Mistletoe brought the biggest case of his life to Father Times’ court to fight for Santa Claus, who needed more time on Christmas Eve night to deliver presents to all the children of the world. Father Time had an amazing solution and Santa Claus discovered why MIDNIGHT is truly something special and not just a moment of time on the clock. Father Time’s solution leads Santa to one of his greatest Christmas adventures where he is confronted by forces who want to end the holiday of Christmas, and Santa can only be saved by the most unlikely heroes among us!
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If It Takes All Life

If It Takes All Life

Santa's coming down the bayou. Eight gators pulling his pergo, His big burlap
sack, Filled with toys for all, The girls and boys, Fishingpoles,scoopnets,
tackleboxes. Santahassomethingforall. The kids leave cups of gumbo waiting for
Santa to ...

Author: Jennie M. Lopez

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781465329523

Category: Poetry

Page: 135

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This book If It takes All Life is a collection of poetry, written between the ages 13- 24. All poems are a form of self-expressive poetry and were written about every day life: Feelings, emotions, and thoughts as I grew from a child to a woman. I do hope you enjoy my poetry.
Categories: Poetry

12 Daze

12 Daze

THE WAITING LADY I'm waiting for Santa... (She looks at her watch and then
back at the audience.) Don't mind me. I'm used to waiting. Santa's always late.
Just go on with your little show. I'll be fine... (LIGHTS FADE on her and RISE on
THE ...

Author: Richard Krevolin

Publisher: Original Works Publishing

ISBN: 9781934962497

Category: Drama

Page: 40

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The characters from the Christmas song tell their stories in their own words in twelve interlocking monologues that work together to form a humorous 75 minute play--Cover, p. [4].
Categories: Drama

The Lml Collection Volume Ii

The Lml Collection  Volume Ii

>1< >1< >1< Gee, look at the line waiting for Santa, though. You can't come in,
can y', dad? Will you wait right there? >1< >1< >1< I told Santa a 'lectric train,
some books and some more toys. He said all right. Nope, I didn't say a scooter
byke.

Author: M.A. Lyons

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781469106625

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 213

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The first boy cap on the first boy haircut, for the first day of school. All the tragedy of all change in that haircut to mother. Epochal barbering that shears away an era of life! Mother has saved one lock from the ruin. Sweetest years are locked away with that curl in mothers drawer. First Day of School Coal wagons are beginning to crunch the gravel driveways. They still use horses to haul coal in our town. The roar of anthracite down the shute draws all the children on the street. The coal man takes the ice mans place in their interest. The ice mans boy has gone back to school. Next week hell be in football armor and his customers children will cheer him as their hero. Signs of Fall Im not pounding her head. Im just patting it. Der, der, dont cry, ittle baby. Cant I just rub it? Why hasnt she got any eye winkers? Wont she get dirt in her eyes? What does she chew the air that way for? I guess shes hungry New Baby O, Dad, put it in the paper that Stewie found a snake. Ill tell you how to write it. Stewie Downs picked up a snake on the street where he lives an swinged it round his head an then he threw it away. Gee I most ran right into it on my tryke. I thought it was a piece of rope or somethin. Know Somethin Do you love me? How much, a bushel? Do you love Grammy a bushel too? How much do you love Mummy? Do you love the baby a bushel? How much do you love Tip? Just as much as the baby? Mummy only loves Tip half as much as the baby. She loves the baby and me the same and you and Grammy the same. I asked her if she didnt love Tip as much as the baby and she said no hes only a puppy. Poor old Tippy. I love Tippy two bushels and the baby two bushels and you three bushels and Mummy four bushels. To Go To School Or To Be Sick? But this coldness in greeting the expected Spring is broken down at supper: We played a marble game this afternoon, begins the first grade member. What was the game? encourages his mother. Keeps. Then philosophic crunching of his toast. Dad, will you buy me some more marbles? Catalogs Come Boys have to be nagged now about rubbers and coats. But the season is especially hard on dogs. While the ground is muddy the best-bred canine is persona non grata in kitchen or entry, but he cannot yet dig to bury bones and so his bones litter the yard to be confiscated by neat housewife or reluctant husband. Mud Season Editors Preface The roaring twenties were in full swing in Boston while my grandfather, Louis M. Lyons, was a reporter for The Boston Globe. After running down the big city stories of the day, he would take the 5:20 PM train north out of Boston to Reading where he would enter the family home on 24 Vale Road and greet those eagerly awaiting his daily return to being Dad.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography