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Frosty's Tale By Mason Quinn
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A twist on the well known song on Frosty, because what you read in this book will make your thoughts haywire!!
Operation: Mistletoe By Greg Jackson
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Santa is in an institution. The good elves live on food rations in Old Town. The reindeer are mentally bent. The Herald Angels are powerless to bring corruption to the forefront in their... More > newspaper. Can two humans save the North Pole and destroy the sinner's paradise that Jack Frost built? With melted snowmen on the take, a nutcracker-toy soldier army, ostracized elves and some reindeer bent on the North Pole's restoration, join the revolution to save Christmas. Reader discretion advised. This is a Christmas tale for adults. Bad language and sexual situations, not to mention the destruction of nearly every Christmas icon that we hold dear.< Less
Operation: Mistletoe By Greg Jackson
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Santa is in an institution. The good elves live on food rations in Old Town. The reindeer are mentally bent. The Herald Angels are powerless to bring corruption to the forefront in their... More > newspaper. Can two humans save the North Pole and destroy the sinner's paradise that Jack Frost built? With melted snowmen on the take, a nutcracker-toy soldier army, ostracized elves and some reindeer bent on the North Pole's restoration, join the revolution to save Christmas. Reader discretion advised. This is a Christmas tale for adults. Bad language and sexual situations, not to mention the destruction of nearly every Christmas icon that we hold dear.< Less
The Heroes of Asgard By Annie Keary
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The Heroes of Asgard by Annie Keary and Eliza Keary; Illustrated by Charles Edmund Brock. Odin stepped forth calm and unruffled, spread his arms towards the sky, and called out to the spirits of the... More > wind, Cease, strange Vanir, cease your rough play, and tell us in what manner we have offended you that you serve us thus. Annie and Eliza Keary's tales from Scandinavian mythlogy, The heroes of Asgard, was first published in 1870, and are drawn from the northern mythes. IN the beginning of ages there lived a cow, whose breath was sweet, and whose milk was bitter. This cow was called Audhumla, and she lived all by herself on a frosty, misty plain, where there was nothing to be seen but heaps of snow and ice piled strangely over one another. Far away to the north it was night, far away to the south it was day; but all around where Audhumla lay a cold, grey twilight reigned. By-and-by a giant came out of the dark north, and lay down upon the ice near Audhumla.< Less

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