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    A Christmas Memory / One Christmas / the Thanksgiving Visitor
    Price
    $25.95
    Binding
    Hardcover
    ISBN13
    9780679602378
    Pages
    107
    Dimensions
    127 x 204 x 20mm
    Released
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    Description

    Inspired by the author's memories of his boyhood in rural Alabama, a trio of holiday stories--"A Christmas Memory," "The Thanksgiving Visitor," and "One Christmas--describes a boy's relationship with his elderly cousin and alcoholic father and the indelible holiday memories they provided him, in a new gift edition of the holiday classic. Reissue. 35,000 first printing.

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