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Holiday Magic on the Farm

Holiday Magic on the Farm
Holiday Magic on the Farm
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32
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This delightful tale of a rural Christmas has been transformed from the pages of a Appalachian weekly newspaper into a favorite on the bookstore shelves. Written and developed by staffers from West Virginia’s oldest weekly newspaper, The Hampshire Review, Poogie and Sis and their magical adventure are brought to life by the exceptional talents of artist, Amanda Weaver. Your family will make this a favorite holiday read and will leave you asking the question...Do you believe?

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Pages: 32
Reading Level: Intermediate (6 to 9)
Language: English
ISBN: 0929915402
Categories: Boys, Family & Friends, Fantasy
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: christmas, magical, snowmen, farm, rural, appalachian
Date Added: October 20, 2013
Holiday Magi c ON THE FARM by Marla Pisciotta Jim King and Don Kesner Illustrated by Amanda Weaver copyright Hampshire Review All rights reserved No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any other form or for any means electronic or mechanical including photocopy recording or any information storage system without written permission from Headline Books Inc Headline Books Inc Headline Kids P O Box Terra Alta WV  wwwheadlinekidscom Tel Email mybookheadlinebookscom Headline Kids is an imprint of Headline Books ISBN  ISBN13  Library of Congress CataloginginPublication Data Pisciotta Marla Holiday magic on the farm by Marla Pisciotta Jim King and Don Kesner illustrated by Amanda Weaver p cm ISBN  Brothers and sistersFiction FarmsFiction Inheritance and succession Fiction Christmas stories Domestic fiction I King Jim II Kesner Don III Weaver Amanda IV Title PS3616I86H65 8136dc22  P R I N T E D I N T H E U N I T E D S T A T E S O F A M E R I C A The story behind Holiday Magic on the Farm A roundtable Hampshire Review staff meeting in midNovember blossomed into this childrens book Three staff writers Don Kesner Jim King and Marla Pisciotta had decided they wanted to do something different for the paper during the Christmas season And as usual they began brainstorming and talking over each other Out of nowhere Jim King suggested doing a Christmas story Within minutes the idea mushroomed like an atomic bomb The three decided to do it in three parts and each person was to take a third part of writing The three writers agreed that Marla would write the first chapter Jim the second and Don the third During the writings Amanda Mandy Weaver the paper s web designer was called on for help in illustrations Charlie See publisher of The Hampshire Review in Romney West Virginias oldest continuing newspaper stepped up suggesting the story be publishedand this little book is the result We hope everyone enjoys Holiday Magic on the Farm Look for the a