Its time to relax and unwind with Holly Jolly Kids Christmas, A Coloring Book For Adults And Children! A Christmas adventure illustrated by Anna Ball Kyle is waiting for all who love to color! Double the coloring with twice each illustration. A total of 60 pages! Enjoy precious holiday moments with family and friends by sharing this exciting coloring experience!
As Christmas approaches, Drew and Piper have their hands full with Kevin and eight bumbling ghosts. Connor, having become Kevin's best friend, is now using his powers to protect Kevin from bullies at school. Piper is concerned that by him doing this, he could become a bully himself. Holly, Nicholas and Victoria earn their form through very different rescues-one of which has Drew and Piper making long range plans. But Drew's ex-girlfriend Marin has plans of her own. She wants Drew back and will go to any lengths to make that happen. The cemetery kids, through their misguided shenanigans, manage to convince Marin that Piper is an evil witch, when she's really the evil one. Kevin shows the stuff he's made of when danger confronts his enemy; and one timely rescue due to the cemetery kids' premonitions, becomes a game changer for the whole family. Christmas is a time of comfort, joy, and peace. For Piper, Drew, and their new family, the peace they seek is hard fought. But they're working as a team now, so they're worthy opponents for anything that could come their way.
***Let's Celebrate Christmas!***
"I guess not," she stood and shook her skirts out. She frowned as she noted her tattered skirts and frowned. "It's just that people say that-" "I know what they say about my kind, child," She waved the girl off and helped her into the wagon, "but do you know something?" Caroline leaned forward as the woman started to dig through a chest and pulled out an embroidered green skirt and a matching top. "What?" "Jesus was once an outcast, too."
The war was raging all around him. Johnny was only twelve years old, so he wasn't allowed to pick up a gun or to be a soldier. However, he still had a very important job on the battlefield: he was the messenger for American Major General Gates. While he waited for the scouts to come back with their reports of British troop movements, Johnny could hear the musket balls whizzing above him, breaking branches in the trees. His father was out there in the battle lines, and through the smoke on the field, Johnny could just barely see him finish loading his musket, step to the right, take aim, and fire the weapon. The gun rocked as it fired and let out a cloud of smoke as the black powder exploded in the barrel, pushing the musket out at high speed. Johnny's father stepped back behind a tree to reload his musket- something that took even the best trained soldier about twenty seconds to do- before coming out to fire again.
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