The most famous Christmas stories
What would Christmas be without Christmas stories? The children will facilitate the wait for Christmas with Christmas stories in the weeks before Christmas, around the Christmas tree at Christmas gathers the whole family. They make it there comfortably with Christmas stories. Not only in children enjoy Christmas stories very popular like polar express, because the adults read and hear the stories still love and be reminded of their own childhood.
The best Christmas tales
Among the best known Christmas stories include "The Christmas Goose Auguste" by Friedrich Wolf. Because of this history in the 1980s created a puppet animated film, a radio play and a feature film. The opera singer Louis Lions main wishes for Christmas a hard roast. He buys some time before Christmas a goose to be fattened by the family. Ludwig's play with the animals and would in any case that it is slaughtered. While Auguste simply must let a few feathers, they may continue to live. On the table is another goose. First Louis still believes that it is Auguste.
Among the most beautiful and most famous Christmas stories include "The little girl with the sulfur sticks" by Hans Christian Andersen . The little girl has to sell at a freezing winter evening of matches and is barefoot and wearing light clothing at the roadside. Nobody buys her from something. It freezes and is hungry. She lights a match to after the other and it has sweet dreams of Christmas before she freezes to death eventually. Barbara Pronnet comes the story "The Little Kittens and Santa Claus." A small cat is on the level of a house, waiting for food and freezes. Finally, they explored the area until she finally meets the Santa Claus with many gifts. The kitten hiding behind a teddy bear and ends up in the sack with gifts . When a family finds a new home.
Online you will find these and many other beautiful Christmas stories you can print out and collect the toys, for example, polar express train set. In each year new Christmas stories, some of which are very modern. Take a look after Heidenreich on the Internet, because they wrote Christmas stories for adults.
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