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Arthur's Christmas Wish
Sharon Wooding
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Arthur's Christmas Wish

3.25  ·  Rating Details ·  4 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Arthur's fairy godfather grants him his wish to play two pieces on the piano well, but what is he to do when he is asked to play all the music for the school Christmas pageant?
Hardcover, 30 pages
Published October 1st 1986 by Atheneum Books
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A sweet little story about Arthur, a chubby and lazy mouse who was given a Christmas wish by his fairy godfather. He was only allowed to wish for something that would make someone else happy, and so he wished that he could play his piano pieces well for his mother. However, once he plays those pieces well, everyone thinks he can really play the piano, and he is asked to fill in for the music director of the Christmas pageant. Unwilling to admit that he can't do and lose all his new friends, he ...more
Jan 09, 2012 Patty rated it liked it
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Jan 21, 2012 Samantha rated it liked it
Recommended to Samantha by: Alexandria King
This book was a really great example of what we can accomplish if we just try things. You don't need magic to be good at something, all you need is a little practice. Arthur learned that lesson the hard way, but now he knows just what he needs to do in the future. =)
Jan 06, 2012 Alexandria rated it really liked it
This book has pretty pictures, and story in it.
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