The Twelve Days of Christmas in Virginia

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Welcome to the 12 days of Christmas in Virginia! Ready to greet you are 4 cannon blasts, 3 tall ships, 2 guiding lights... and much more from the Old Dominion State.
William loves visiting his cousin Madison in Virginia, but he's sorry that his sister, Eleanor, can't join them that he sends her a lively letter and one of these VERY unusual gifts on each of the twelve days of Christmas. Lucky readers are in for...
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Overview

Welcome to the 12 days of Christmas in Virginia! Ready to greet you are 4 cannon blasts, 3 tall ships, 2 guiding lights... and much more from the Old Dominion State.
William loves visiting his cousin Madison in Virginia, but he's sorry that his sister, Eleanor, can't join them that he sends her a lively letter and one of these VERY unusual gifts on each of the twelve days of Christmas. Lucky readers are in for a wild holiday countdown!
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K-Gr 3–Each of these regional titles begins with a map and a letter from one cousin to another about an upcoming visit. The books can be used either as holiday songbooks (each with its own version of the standard) or as a mini travelogue, as every other page includes a letter home about the sights visited in each area, including historical tidbits. New York City includes sidewalk Santas, bridges gleaming, and a pigeon in a Central Park tree. Virginia features tall ships, guiding lights (lighthouses), and a cardinal in a dogwood tree. California highlights hummingbirds, cable cars, and a quail in a redwood tree. Bright and colorful cartoon art makes these books acceptable additions for libraries in the featured states.–Madeline J. Bryant, Los Angeles Public Library
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Sue Corbett
Sue Corbett is a journalist and children's book reviewer for The Miami Herald and Publishers Weekly. Ms. Corbett lives in Newport News, Virginia, with her husband and their three children.
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