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  • Posted December 26, 2012

    I have loved this woman's work for years! No one comes close to

    I have loved this woman's work for years! No one comes close to delivering heartfelt personal experiences. This latest book is just another example of her artistry! No one should miss the experience of her books!

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  • Posted January 31, 2012

    Check it out!!

    This book has become a family Christmas tradition. We read it and then eat a chocolate orange together, while sharing a happy thought. Patricia Polacco is a talented author. Amazing stories and amazing illustrations.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 22, 2007

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    You¿ll really want to eat an orange after you read this book. This book is about the Stowell¿s Christmas. Frankie, the youngest boy in the Stowell¿s family, gave a hobo his sweatshirt because the hobo only had a jacket. Every Christmas, Frankie, his brothers, and his sisters get a juicy sweet orange from their dad, who goes to Florida to get them. This time their dad arrived later than expected because of the bad weather. When their dad arrives they set the oranges on the mantle, but Frankie can¿t resist touching the orange. When he puts the orange in his coat pocket and looses it, he finds the true meaning of Christmas.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 27, 2007

    An Orange For Frankie

    I thought this book was amazing! This book was about the Stowell household that has nine children. Their pa was coming home from Florida to get some oranges and they live in Michigan. Their pa had never come home this late and they think something happened to him. This story was about how miracles can come true. I would recommend this book to whoever does not know the meaning of Christmas.

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    Posted December 27, 2010

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