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The Cat Who Purred

Susan Lendroth

In a small cottage in a deep valley, an old woman lived with her goats and sheep, chickens and dog, a sway-backed horse and one ginger cat.
Each morning, she collected eggs while the dog led... [+]


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Lana's Most Wonderful Christmas

Vanina Noël

Lana had certainly known her share of Christmases! Just how many she wasn’t quite sure. But it seemed to her that the most wonderful of all was still the first one, when she was born.
Fo... [+]


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The Moon in the Stars

Philippe Gourdin

Captain Pouic is beside himself. Tibou has disappeared! The captain’s concern is magnified by the darkness that has swallowed the ship, a sliver of cloud now covering the moon. 
He motions... [+]


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Rudolph's Wonderful Destiny

Chantal Parduyns

“Rudolph! Are you coming? We’re going to be late...”
“I’m coming, Mom. Where are we going?”
“We’re going to visit Mara the Witch.”
Rudolph stuck his nose out of the bushes... [+]


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The Sulky Princess

Pascale Fusette

Once upon a time there was a King and a Queen who loved each other with all their hearts and wanted to have a child. Soon they had the great joy of welcoming into the world a very pretty little girl... [+]


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Santa Claus’s Understudy

Justine Roux

Once upon a time in the North Pole, Santa Claus realized he had a problem. 
Santa Claus was getting up there in age, and he was starting to get tired. His rheumatism and impressive... [+]


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Tancred's Powders

Régine Raymond-Garcia

Tancred and his sidekicks used to cast a multitude of spells. Their saddlebags were filled to the brim with greed-powder for the jealous and cannon-powder for the violent. Smoke-and-mirrors-powde... [+]


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Leah, Little Dreammaker

Vanina Noël

There are some things that are just not possible. Everyone knows that.
If you ask adults – even those who always say stuff like “if you want it enough, you will get it” – if you ask them... [+]


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An Exotic Bird

Justine Roux

The little girl was playing at the edge of the garden. She had decided, on this warm summer’s afternoon, that she was going to be an archaeologist. Equipped with her beach bucket, a little plastic... [+]