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The Wondrous Gift: A Christmas Story

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Connie returns home from her first semester at college confused about her budding relationship with Sid and not sure how she fits back in to the family circle. On her trip to bring back her grandfather for Christmas, she is snowed in at his little home, and his awareness of her confusion and his serenity based on his Quaker faith help her see her way through her worries.
Paperback, 32 pages
Published June 1st 1982 by Philadelphia Yearly Meeting
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Daisy Newman, a novelist and Quaker historian, was born in Southport, England, of American parents. She attended Radcliffe College, Barnard College and Oxford University. An active member of the Friends Meeting in Cambridge, Mass., she frequently wrote about Quaker life and history.

She was the author of many novels, including "Now That April's Here," "Diligence in Love," "The Autumn's Brightness"
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I Take Thee, Serenity Indian Summer of the Heart The Autumns Brightness Diligence In Love Now that April's there,

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