Delight youngsters year after year with this heartwarming tale of Christmas past. Lucy, a young girl living in 1909 New England, saves odds and ends to make homemade gifts for her friends and family. In the meantime, her mother teaches Lucy to cook on the family’s brand-new wood cookstove. Then, at the Christmas party held at the village church, Lucy receives a miniature replica of her family’s new stove, complete with working parts and tiny pots and pans. This “gem” of a book will transport today’s children to a simpler era.
- Descriptively written and illustrated with beautiful, detailed scratchboard drawings
- A true story and a Parents’ Choice Award Winner
- Hall, 10"x9", 40 pp.