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The Spirit of Christmas: A Tradition of Giving

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It's Christmas! There'll be carols and candy canes and sparkling presents under the tree! But what about children whose families have no presents to give? Kind-hearted Drew wants to help them - but how? A magical story of how one little boy got a very special Giving Bag from Santa - and how his Christmas wish came true...
Join in this charitable holiday tradition and enjoy the true meaning of Christmas. This gorgeous gift set includes a beautiful giving bag for your child to fill with toy donations for charity, and a keepsake bell from Santa to hang on your Christmas tree. With wonderful illustrations from Harry Potter illustrator, Jason Cockcroft, this stunning picture book set encourages children to think about giving to others at Christmas time.

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