Tippy Tree's Christmas [NOOK Book]

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Special price for the holidays, $0.99 cents

Tippy Tree's Christmas is 30 pages of COLOR pictures with a few words on most pages. Tippy Tree is a Christmas tree stored in its box in an attic. When December arrives Tippy faces challenges and adventure. This story is suitable for young children. This book can be viewed in black and white but we recommend COLOR.
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Overview

Special price for the holidays, $0.99 cents

Tippy Tree's Christmas is 30 pages of COLOR pictures with a few words on most pages. Tippy Tree is a Christmas tree stored in its box in an attic. When December arrives Tippy faces challenges and adventure. This story is suitable for young children. This book can be viewed in black and white but we recommend COLOR.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013071629
  • Publisher: LostLoves Books
  • Publication date: 8/29/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Age range: 3 - 5 Years
  • File size: 5 MB

Meet the Author

Phoebe Matthews currently writes three urban fantasy series and an historical novella trilogy, and has a large backlist of YA and adult books by NY publishers, including YA titles with Avon, Putnam, and Scholastic. This is her first children's picture book.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 19, 2013

    Silverstream, author of The Clans Alive

    Give u three stars. A little too sad. See my story at erin hunter first result. Youllhave to go thru the reviews a lot. Mine is called The Clans Alive

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 2, 2013

    Starrykit, author of the Runningkit Chronicles

    This was really good! Read mine at born to run all res under four. They've already mixed it, though.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2013

    Brambleblood's Story: The Unwinding Path (part 5)

    Tiny mews came from the nursery. Fawntooth, Cloudear, Dogclaw, Bramblescratch, and Rabbitstar were gathered around Fernwhisker. She had just kitted. Four kits weresnuggled up next to rhe curve of her belly. "Three shecats and one tom," announced Fawntooth. The tom was white with black ears, tail tip, and paws. "I'll name the tom Badgerkit," said Fernwhisker. One shecat had blue-gray fur and faint white stripes. "Let's name the blue-gray shecat Wavekit," suggested Cloudear. Bramblescratch flicked hs tail towar the shecat with the brown, silver, blue-gray, gray, black, porange, and yellow pelt. She had a bit of every color in her pelt, which was unusul. "Do you like the name Mysteriouskit for her?" Asked Bramblscratch. Fernwhisker hesitated, and then responded. "I guess so." Dogclaw looked at the last shecat. She had simple jet-black fur wih deep light sliver eyes. "How about that pne can be Moonkit?" "Great! Thats a good name, Dogclaw," said Cloudear. Bramblescratch got pulled aside by Rabbitstar. "Bramblescratch, I can't be leader anymore. I- i guess StarClan didn't want me to. When I got my 9 lives, then didn't do anything. They just said,'Bramblestar, Bramblstar, Bramblestar, We gave your other 8 lives to. Do not change your name to 'star, because that is what Bramblestar must do.' So your the leader." THE END OF THE WHOLE SERIES. (Thank you for reading the series! Series #1 i in bunny results 1,2,3,4,7. Series #2 is in asap results 1,2,3,7,8. This is series #3. Plz leaves comments and rates in all of the book in all of the series! Thank you for reading!) - series by Wavekit (also known as Starstar, and Bramblefire)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 5, 2012

    Not worth 99cents!

    Awful!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 11, 2011

    No text was provided for this review.

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