The Birds' Christmas Carol

The Birds' Christmas Carol

By: Kate Douglas Wiggin
Published by: Houghton Mifflin Company
Publication Date: 1888
List: 15 Books to Read Aloud this Christmas

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Description

Told with great charm and tender sentiment this beloved tale of gentle, warm-hearted Carol Bird, who was born on Christmas day, has delighted young and old for generations.

Perhaps it was because she had "a tiny share of the blessedest birthday the world ever knew" that Carol was such a radiantly happy child, full of love and giving, even when illness made her invalid. The story of the little lame girl's beautiful life, and especially her happy friendship with the nine little Ruggleses, her neighbors across the alley, cannot fail to win the hearts of all who come to know her.

From the dust jacket of the 1929 Grosset and Dunlap edition published in arrangement with Houghton Mifflin Company
Reprints

The Birds' Christmas Carol - Memorial Edition Reprint

The Birds' Christmas Carol - Memorial Edition
Reprinted in 1941 by Houghton Mifflin Company
Reprint illustrated by Jessie Gillespie
Available formats: Hardcover
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The Birds' Christmas Carol Reprint

The Birds' Christmas Carol
Reprinted in 2010 by Yesterday's Classics
Available formats: Paperback, Ebook
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Reproduction of the 1912 edition published by Houghton Mifflin with illustrations by Katherine R. Wireman


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