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Christmas Stories : The Snowman: Christmas books for kids Bedtime stories for children (Children's books - Children's Picture Books Book 2)

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  • Sales Rank:95,260
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Edition:2
  • Pages:27
  • Publication Date:June 6, 2014
  • ASIN:B00BB1QRYA


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Children's books for kindle - Children's Picture Book - Bedtime stories for children, Bedtime Stories, Children's Books for Early / Beginner Readers.
'' Cold wind whooshed between the gigantic mountains drifting along the little oak’s last brown leaf. Forests threw off their shabby clothes and the frost wove them lace dresses from snow instead. All the birds flew away and took the heat of the summer with them. Bears hid in their warm caves. Every animal was looking for a home to accommodate them through the harsh winter.
Deep in the mountains, on the tiny little farm that I will tell you about, life started just now. Three little children were skating on the frozen lake. The whooshing wind amidst the mighty mountains carried far away the sound of their jolly laughter. Soon, the first snowflakes appeared, descending slowly, happily towards the cheerfully skating children. Shortly the entire landscape was covered in snow.
The children left the lake and started to form big snowballs. The snowballs grew bigger and bigger and by the time the children rolled them all the way down the hillock they turned into a gigantic snowman.
He got a huge carrot nose, eyes of two pieces of coal and its smile was tailored quite jolly, too. With a hat on his head and a scarf around the neck, no wonder that the snowman felt truly important. Days were passing by and the snowman was living his happy, everyday life.
But one day......''

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