The Missing Christmas Treasure (Hardcover)

by Gale Sears, Meredith Johnson (Illustrator)

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Gather young ones around to enjoy this delightful rhyme of one child's search for his favorite Christmas treasure. Could it be something yummy to eat or something warm to wear? Is it outside with the snowman or up in the pear tree or in Santa's sack? Children will love the guessing game that concludes when the boy finally finds the treasure and fits its pieces together, creating a beloved scene that brings comfort, joy, and the true meaning of Christmas to his heart—a scene that will do the same thing to you as well.

Product Details

  • Size:  8½ x 11
  • Pages:  32
  • Published:  10/2012

About the Authors

Gale Sears is an award-winning author, known for her historical accuracy and intensive research. Gale received a BA in playwriting from Brigham Young University and a master’s degree in theater arts from the University of Minnesota. She is the author of the bestselling The Silence of God, Letters in the Jade Dragon Box, and several other novels, including The Route, Christmas for a Dollar, Autumn Sky, Until the Dawn, and Upon the Mountains. She and her husband, George, are the parents of two children and reside in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Meredith Johnson has been doing fun kid stuff for almost thirty years, like creating Saturday morning Barbie commercials as an advertising art director while somehow managing to illustrate more than 200 children’s books. She and her husband live in Pasadena, California, with two pushy Australian shepherds and an angry cat, and everybody misses the two grown-up kids, Casey and Matt.

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CUTE! CUTE! CUTE!

by  Shauna  -   reviewed on  December 02, 2012

It's time to set up the Christmas decorations, but the children can't find the one Christmas scene that makes Christmas...Christmas. Wonderful story with cute illustrations makes this a great book to read to young ones at Christmastime.

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