A Christmas Story

Hey, everyone! You’re about to read a Christmas story. I hope you enjoy!

Once there was a Christmas angel named Holly. Holly wanted to find a way to make Christmas more memorable than ever.

So Holly set out to do some research. She found that the only way to do that was to put a sprig of holly in doorways.

After Holly spruced up some holly, she went to her friend Mistletoe. Holly told her about her idea and Mistletoe suggested that she transform holly into mistletoe.

Mistletoe said that she’d help with mistletoe. Holly came up with another idea and she said let’s wait until Christmas Eve to do it.

Holly told Mistletoe the plan. The plan was for Mistletoe to stand behind Holly and when Holly gave the signal Mistletoe would change the holly into mistletoe.

Mistletoe agreed to the plan. On Christmas Eve, Holly and Mistletoe tested their magic.

After they tested their magic, they announced that Christmas would never again be the same.

Mistletoe and Holly prepared for the trick fast. By the time, they were prepared everyone was there.

So Mistletoe was standing behind Holly. Holly aimed her hand toward the holly. Holly gave the secret signal to Mistletoe.

When Mistletoe got the signal, she immediately transformed all the hollies into mistletoe.

The people who watched clapped in amazement. Little did they know, the mistletoe and holly was magical.

The people went back to their Christmas celebration. The Christmas spirit was stronger than before.

To this day, you can feel the Christmas spirit presence.

That’s the end of my Christmas story. I hope you enjoyed the story.

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Merry Christmas!

Books I Recommend: Five Little Peppers And How They Grew by Margaret Sidney

Hey, everyone! This is my 36th book recommendation list. I hope you enjoy!

1. Five Little Peppers And How They Grew by Margaret Sidney

2. Jumping the Scratch by Sarah Weeks

3. As Simple as It Seems by Sarah Weeks

4. My Vicksburg by Ann Rinaldi

5. Honey by Sarah Weeks

6. The True Story of Christmas by Anne Fine

7. The Kite Fighters by Linda Sue Park

8. Two Friendship Tales by Lisa Papademetriou and Kimberly Morris

9. The Man Who Walked The Earth by Ian Wallace

10. The Wall by Eve Bunting

11. The Giant Ball of String by Arthur Geisert

12. Joyful Noise by Paul Fleischman

13. Lake Ontario by Anne Ylvisaker

14. Amelia Bedelia Dances Off by Herman Parish

15. Horrible Harry and the Wedding Spies by Suzy Kline

16. The Boardwalk Mystery by Gertrude Chandler Warner

17. The Spy Game by Gertrude Chandler Warner

18. The Seattle Puzzle by Gertrude Chandler Warner

19. The Mystery on the Ice by Gertrude Chandler Warner

20. Memories of Babi by Aranka Siegal

21.  Prairie Winter by Bonnie Geisert

22. Memory and Magic by Erica David

23. Book of Wonders by Jasmine Richards

24. The Key to the Indian by Lynne Reid Banks

25. Who Is Malala Yousafzai? by Dinah Brown

26. Sally Ride by Sue Macy

27. The Case of the Bicycle Bandit by James Preller

28. Chinese New Year Crafts by Karen E. Bledsoe

29. Adventures in Art by Susan Milord

30. Stories in Cloth by Ann Stalcup

31. Christmas Fun by Deri Robins

32. Boredom Blasters by Susan Todd

33. Make Your Own Christmas Ornaments by Ginger Johnson

34. Horrible Harry and The Dungeon by Suzy Kline

35. Meteor Showers by J.A. Kelley

36. The Legend of Santa Claus by Tim Slover

37. East by Edith Pattou

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Sparkle: A Sparkly Life as a Fairy Princess

Hello, everyone! If you have a holiday you’re celebrating, enjoy it! This story is a fantasy version of my life. Hope you enjoy my story!

Once upon a time, there lived two parents who wanted at least a daughter and a son. So one night on September 13 in the year 2000, a daughter was born at 9:00pm. Her name was Sparkle because her eyes sparkled like diamonds ever since she opened her eyes for the first time. When Sparkle was 4, her mother discovered that her daughter had a short arm deletion called 18p- and her mother decided to find out as much as possible about 18p-. When Sparkle was 5, her parents had a son on November 12 in the year 2005. His name was Ocean because he had ocean colored eyes ever since he had opened his eyes for the first time. When she was 9, she went to her first 18p- conference in Las Vegas. She made 2 friends named Rainbow and Shimmer and she had a lot of fun at her 1st conference! Ever since then, she liked the conferences. She had gotten books, clothes, homemade stuff, and other store-bought stuff for Christmases to come. When she was 15, she got almost everything she wanted especially the laptop and telescope. She even got what she wanted for her birthday. So far, they live happily ever after! 

Please note that I changed some of the details for safety reasons! Thank you for reading my story!

I got this at https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/73/f2/42/73f242994aa7b7d8eb50009e89b4add0.jpg but orginally I got it at Google Images.

 

 

Books I Recommend; The Green Dog by Suzanne Fisher Staples

Hey there, everyone! This is my 26th book recommendation list!

1. The Green Dog by Suzanne Fisher Staples
2. The Honeybee Mystery by Gertrude Chandler Warner
3. The Garden Thief by Gertrude Chandler Warner
4. The Year Sherman Loved Me by Jane St. Anthony
5. Completely Clementine by Sara Pennypacker
6. Midnight on the Moon by Mary Pope Osborne
7. Hawai’i by Deborah Kent
8.
Louisiana by Allison Lassieur
9. California by Tamra B. Orr
10. The Persian Cinderella by Shirley Climo
11. Princess Aasta by Stina Langlo
Ordal
12.Two Speckled Eggs by Jennifer K. Mann
13. Braiding Hair by Diana Meachen Rau
14. The Wee Christmas Cabin of Carn-na-ween by Ruth Sawyer
15. Uncle Monarch and the Day of the Dead by Judy Goldman
16. It’s Raining Cupcakes by Lisa Schroeder
17. As Simple as It Seems by Sarah Weeks
18. The Outer Space Mystery by Gertrude Chandler Warner
19. The Whale by Cynthia Rylant
20. Phillipa Fisher and the Fairy Promise by Liz Kessler
21. T The Pizza Mystery by Gertrude Chandler Warner
22. The Princess Bride by Barry Denenberg
23. Fortunately, the Milk Fortunately, the Milk by Neil Gaiman
24. Strega Nona’s Magic Lessons by Tomie dePaola
25. Lift Ev’ry Voice And Sing by James Weldon Johnson
26. I In the Heart by Ann Turner
27. How to Draw Nevada’s Sights and Symbols by Eric Fein
28. Lala Salama by Patricia MacLachlan
29. Where the Sunrise Begins by Douglas Wood

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Books I Recommend: My Mother’s Daughter by Doris Orgel

Hi there! Here’s the 10th book recommendation!

1. My Mothers’ Daughter by Doris Orgel
2. All-Season Edie by Annabel Lyon
3. Faith, Hope, and Ivy June by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
4. The Wedding Planner’s Daughter by Coleen Murtagh Paratore
5. The Quiet Little Woman by Louis May Alcott
6.  Trouble at Trident Academy by Debbie Dadey
7. A Cast Is The Perfect Accessory (And Other Lessons I’ve Learned) by Allison Gutknecht
8. Magic by the Book by Nina Bernstein
9. 1001 Cranes by Naomi Hirahara
10. Nature Girl by Jane Kelley
11. The Secret Language of Girls by Frances O’ Roark
12. Zinnia’s Zaniness by Lauren Baratz-Logsted
13. Where the Red Fern Grows by Wilson Rawls

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Merry Christmas!

Remember this traditional song, y’all?

Aloha Christmas!
Aloha Christmas!
Aloha Thanksgiving!
Aloha Thanksgiving!
My how the year has gone by faster then I expected ever known
My how the year has gone by faster then I expected.
Aloha Christmas!
Aloha Christmas!
Aloha Thanksgiving!
Aloha Thanksgiving- giving!

Aloha Song

Aloha Christmas!
Aloha Christmas!
Aloha Thanksgiving!
Aloha Thanksgiving!
My how the year has gone by faster then I expected ever known
My how the year has gone by faster then I expected.
Aloha Christmas!
Aloha Christmas!
Aloha Thanksgiving!
Aloha Thanksgiving- giving!