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It was a white Christmas
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It was the Christmas Eve. The snow began to fall, slowly at first, then faster and faster. Soon it was howling outside the window like a wild animal.

The room was dark - there was only a little light coming from the glowing embers in the fireplace. Two little kids were sitting by the fireplace. They were playing with a small toy tank that they had gotten as a Christmas gift.

A big dog was lying in front of the fireplace asleep. He opened his eyes and looked at the children and smiled at them. The children stopped their game and hugged him gently around his neck.

"Duke...You are such a good dog..." Said one of the kids with a happy smile on her face. "I love you..."

Suddenly, Duke raised his front paws in fear, his ears were on alert listening to some strange noise in the distance. He began to howl so loud that his howls filled up the whole room!

"Shut up, Duke!" Said one of the kids with an angry voice. Duke continued to howl like mad, then the sound of thunder began to roar outside!

At that moment all three of them jumped up from their chairs! It looked like something terrible was going to happen.

Then suddenly, a magic green light came down from heaven and covered everything around them! They could see an amazing white world around them. Raindrops began to fall on top of their heads.

Then, it started snowing again harder than before, but this time it wasn't just snowflakes falling from heaven, it was tiny little Christmas presents!!

The kids grabbed as many presents as they could catch from thin air – it seemed like there will never be enough presents for them, and they were happy, so happy that tears came into their eyes.

And finally, when they closed their eyes, they realized that every single present under their tree this year was given by Santa Claus himself, and he had brought enough for every kid in America too, only because of two little kids named Tom and Lisa that believed in him so much on this Christmas Eve.

There were no more tears left in Tom's eyes, and he was smiling again, looking at this wonderful white world surrounding him now, thinking about what Santa Claus did only because of two kids who believed in him so much.

"You see Lisa?" He said "I told you Santa Claus will come! This is real magic!"
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A Christmas away from home
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A young girl named Maria and her mother are migrant workers in the United States. Maria hates being a migrant worker because she can't be with all her loved ones during Christmas.

This year in the town where they live, there is a contest for the best Christmas card. Maria wanted to enter because she has lots of ideas for cards. Her mother was not sure that they could afford it, but Maria convinced her by showing her how much she has been saving. The contest deadline was the next day and Maria promised to stay up all night working on it if necessary so that they could get it done in time.

They made two beautiful cards with pictures of roses on them—one for St Mary and one for Our Lady of Guadalupe (the patron saint of Mexico).

The next morning, they wrapped them carefully and took them to the post office just before the deadline. When they got home late that afternoon, there was a package from Madrid waiting for them.

It contains an old book written in Spanish by a nun called Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz about why God made roses so beautiful. When Maria looked inside the book, there is a message there from her father telling her how much he loves her and that he wishes he could be with them at Christmas this year instead of sending presents like last year.

Maria was so happy when she read the letter from her dad. Even though he was far away, he has still found a way to send her a special Christmas present. She hugged her mom and they both cried tears of happiness.

It was finally Christmas Eve, so Maria was making tamales to put on her tree like she always did for Christmas Eve dinner like her dad had taught her. She put on the CD of Mariachi music that he sent them last year. He would never be there to see it, but she knew that he would be happy that she was continuing the tradition.

When they were done making tamales, they went out to visit all of their friends like they always did on Christmas Eve.

When they came back home, they decorated the Christmas tree all by themselves with ornaments that her dad had sent them over the years. And they hung up his letter on the tree too so that they could read it every day.

When they finally finished, Maria looked at the tree and saw a picture from one of their old calendars from when she was little—a picture of her dad holding a little girl in his arms. She smiled as she remembered how much he loved her and thanked God for keeping him safe even if he couldn't be there in person this year.

Maria and her mom were so happy with their Christmas card for the contest, and they had high hopes. On Christmas morning, Maria was excited to find that she had won the contest. The prize was $100 that she would spend on presents for her mom and the rest of their family in Mexico.

For the first time, Maria felt that she could call this place home and she and her family could start building new traditions and fond memories.
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A letter to Santa Claus
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Diana was visiting her grandparents. After a long day outside, she came back to the house, where her grandma was already waiting with a cup of cacao. "Diana, have you already written a letter to Santa Claus?", asked her grandma.

"Not yet! But grandpa and I are going to put it in a tube with a map of the chimney." said Diana.

"Then we can tell Santa Claus what we want for Christmas." said grandma. "What do you want for Christmas?" asked her grandma again.

"I want…..I want a horse for the stables."

And she told her grandparents all about it.

"This is a good idea!" said her grandpa, "but you should write to Santa that you would like a princess horse!"

"But how do I know which one of the horses he will give me?" asked Diana.

"Well," replied grandma," if he gives you this horse it will be an easy ride, because your grandpa has told me that this horse is as tame as a lamb."

And then she told Diana about the princess horse with wings and hooves of gold.

"This is what Santa will bring me", shouted Diana excitedly! And then she went up to the attic to write to Santa Claus with the other grandchildren who were visiting their grandparents at the same time.

Diana was so excited about getting a princess horse for Christmas that she couldn't sleep. She stayed up late writing a letter to Santa Claus, telling him all about how she wanted a horse for the stables, but that she would also love a princess horse with wings and hooves of gold.

The next day, when Diana woke up, she ran to the kitchen to see if her grandparents had already put the letter in the tube to go to Santa. But they said they hadn't had time yet. Diana was so impatient that she couldn't wait any longer, so she decided to put the letter in the tube herself.

A few days later, on Christmas Eve, Diana's grandparents were putting all the presents under the tree. When they got to the bottom of the tree, they found a big present with Diana's name on it. They knew it was from Santa Claus! Diana was so excited as she opened it and found inside a beautiful princess horse with wings and hooves of gold!

Diana named her Sadie and they became best friends. Sadie would follow Diana around the stables and Diana would take her for long rides through the countryside.
It was a white Christmas
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