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A Midnight Clear
A Midnight Clear
Author: Katherine Paterson
Each Christmas, Katherine Paterson wrote a story for her pastor husband's congregation to illuminate the true meaning of the holiday season. The twelve included here present a vision of hope and peace harking back to that first Christmas over two thousand years ago. A Midnight Clear is the perfect holiday gift for friends, families, and church c...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780439632492
ISBN-10: 0439632498
Publication Date: 2003
Pages: 224
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3.6 stars, based on 20 ratings
Publisher: Scholastic
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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A collection of short Christmas stories. All very enjoyable, but I don't think this book has all the stories as the original hardcover does.
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This is an AMAZING book! Its great to read to 9-13 year olds during Christmas (Christmas makes it extra special!)
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This is an abridged Scholastic edition and does not have all the stories as the original hardcover.
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wonderful christmas's stories.
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Each Christmas Eve when John Paterson was a pastor, he read an original story to his congregation - a story that illuminated the true meaning of the Holiday season, written by his wife, two-time Newbery Medalist Katherine Paterson. Now you, too, can share them. Whether depicting a child coping with disappointment, friendship between young and old, or a couple awaiting the birth of their baby, these stories present a vision of hope and peace harking back to that first christmas over two thousand years ago. Here is the perfect holiday gift for friends, families, and church congregations - to read aloud and share throughout the Christmas season and beyond.