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Christmas at Come-alive Cottage

(Come-alive Cottage #4)

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On Christmas Eve, Aunt Kitty has a special wish-come-true spell to make for Kellie. But when a whole glass of her greenish, orangish, purplish, brownish, reddish, yellowish spell-mixture is accidentally spilled into the pot, everything starts to go wrong! Can Aunt kitty put everything right in time for Christmas Day?
Paperback, 52 pages
Published November 2014 by Createspace
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Gita Reddy
Oct 27, 2015 rated it it was amazing
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Christmas at Come-alive Cottage
Kellie makes a Christmas wish. It looks “greenish and yellowish with a few red spots and is just about the size of hope and a little bit smaller than a dream.” A firefly brings the wish to Aunt Kitty who is a witch and lives in Come-alive Cottage. The cottage is named Come-alive because everything in it comes alive with magic.
Aunt Kitty wants Kellie to have her wish but an accidental spill gives rise to disastrous results.
Aunt Sillime gets everything ready for Ch
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Dec 16, 2014 rated it it was amazing
This is the third one for me (I will be reviewing Catastrophe at Come-alive Cottage - Book 3in Jan. due to my Christmas theme) and I think was my favorite one so far! These books are so cute, even for me as an adult. I can't imagine what a child would think of them. They are so full of magical fun, great characters, and adorable drawings. And this one with the Christmas theme was just plain wonderful. I can't wait to read them out loud to my future grandchildren someday!

"It circled and swooped
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Debra Jeakins
Dec 06, 2014 rated it really liked it
I read this book to my nephew on Christmas day and he loved it so much that I gave it to him to read. The story held his interest and the pictures are bright and cheerful,even done in black and white he loved them.) it was a perfect story for a perfect Christmas day and I hope this review encourages parents to get the book and read it to their children.

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Tanja Russita
Nov 02, 2015 rated it really liked it
A fun and engaging Christmas book. I am a bit skeptical about holiday books myself, so we (me and my seven-years-old daughter) read it around the Halloween, but I know people who do love to read Christmas books on Christmas and this one can be a great choice!
Vivid characters and much action, snow and a cat.
That's the second book from the series I've read and I like them both.
Highly recommended.
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Wendy Unsworth was born and raised in Lincolnshire, England. Her passions are her family, travel, beautiful gardens and reading and writing stories. Wendy lived in Ndola, Zambia and Nairobi, Kenya throughout the 1980's and early '90's before returning to the U.K. to acclimatise back to the English weather in a draughty Cornish cottage close to Bodmin Moor!
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