INTRODUCTION, by John Gregory Betancourt
CHRISTMAS AT FEZZIWIG'S WAREHOUSE, by Charles Dickens
THE FIR-TREE, by Hans Christian Andersen
THE CHRISTMAS MASQUERADE, by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
THE SHEPHERDS AND THE ANGELS, Adapted from the Bible
THE TELLTALE TILE, by Olive Thorne Miller
LITTLE GIRL'S CHRISTMAS, by Winnifred E. Lincoln
A CHRISTMAS MATINEE, by Mrs. M.A.L. Lane
TOINETTE AND THE ELVES, by Susan Coolidge
THE VOYAGE OF THE WEE RED CAP, by Ruth Sawyer Durand
A STORY OF THE CHRIST-CHILD, by Elizabeth Harkison
JIMMY SCARECROW'S CHRISTMAS, by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
WHY THE CHIMES RANG, by Raymond McAlden
THE BIRDS' CHRISTMAS, by F. E. Mann
THE LITTLE SISTER'S VACATION, by Winifred M. Kirkland
LITTLE WOLFF'S WOODEN SHOES, by Francois Coppee
CHRISTMAS IN THE ALLEY, by Olive Thorne Miller
A CHRISTMAS STAR, by Katherine Pyle
THE QUEEREST CHRISTMAS, by Grace Margaret Gallaher
OLD FATHER CHRISTMAS, by J.H. Ewing
A CHRISTMAS CAROL, by Charles Dickens
HOW CHRISTMAS CAME TO THE SANTA MARIA FLATS, by Elia W. Peattie
THE LEGEND OF BABOUSCKA, by Anonymous
CHRISTMAS IN THE BARN, by F. Arnstein
THE PHILANTHROPIST'S CHRISTMAS, by James Weber Linn
THE FIRST CHRISTMAS-TREE, by Lucy Wheelock
THE FIRST NEW ENGLAND CHRISTMAS, by G. L. Stone and M. G. Fickett
THE CRATCHITS' CHRISTMAS DINNER, by Charles Dickens
CHRISTMAS IN SEVENTEEN SEVENTY-SIX, by Anne Hollingsworth Wharton
CHRISTMAS UNDER THE SNOW, by Olive Thorne Miller
MR. BLUFF'S EXPERIENCES OF HOLIDAYS, by Oliver Bell Bunce
MASTER SANDY'S SNAPDRAGON, by Eldridge S. Brooks
A CHRISTMAS FAIRY, by John Strange Winter
THE GREATEST OF THESE, by Joseph Mills Hanson
LITTLE GRETCHEN AND THE WOODEN SHOE, by Elizabeth Harrison
CHRISTMAS ON BIG RATTLE, by Theodore Goodridge Roberts
THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF SANTA CLAUS, by L Frank Baum
'TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS, by Clement C. Moore
THE NIGHT AFTER CHRISTMAS, by Anonymous
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