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The strangest dream ever
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- By: Artie Knapp
- Age range: 3 to 5, 6 to 8, 9 to12
- Category: Audio, Christmas, Instructional, Modern, Original
- Animals: Deer
- Reading time: 10 - 15 mins
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It is the best story ever!I love the voice selection and my little sister who is 8 loved it!!
I don’t like the selection of this voice
This story was easy to listen to although some words were new to me like hoof, wolfed down, devastated, habitat, acres, binoculars, and flinching. There are four characters in the story: Maggie, Daddy, Mother, and Paxton. The author’s lesson is that the best Christmas presents are found in your heart. To Maggie, getting to see the injured deer after he had healed and had been turned loose was the best Christmas gift.