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Tommy Trot's Visit to Santa Claus   By: (1853-1922)

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TOMMY TROT'S VISIT TO SANTA CLAUS

BOOKS FOR YOUNG READERS BY THOMAS NELSON PAGE

PUBLISHED BY CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS

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[Illustration: As wide awake as a boy could be who had made up his mind to keep awake until midnight.]

TOMMY TROT'S VISIT

TO

SANTA CLAUS

BY

THOMAS NELSON PAGE

ILLUSTRATED BY VICTOR C. ANDERSON

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NEW YORK CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS 1908

1908, BY CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS

Published October 1908

TO THE GREATEST LOVER OF CHILDREN THE AUTHOR HAS EVER KNOWN AND TO THE CHILDREN SHE LOVES BEST IN ALL THE WORLD

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As wide awake as a boy could be who had made up his mind to keep awake until midnight. Frontispiece

Tommy had never before had any real coasting like this. 10

They flew on, over fields of white snow. 43

"Look, Look! The captain has lent that little boy his 'Seven Leaguers.'" 54

What was their horror to find that they both had forgotten to load their guns. 84

Santa Claus said to him, "I want to put Johnny in bed without waking him up." 93

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TOMMY TROT'S VISIT TO SANTA CLAUS

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The little boy whose story is told here lived in the beautiful country of "Once upon a Time." His name, as I heard it, was Tommy Trot; but I think that, maybe, this was only a nick name. When he was about your age, he had, on Christmas Eve, the wonderful adventure of seeing Santa Claus in his own country, where he lives and makes all the beautiful things that boys and girls get at Christmas. In fact, he not only went to see him in his own wonderful city away up toward the North Pole, where the snow never melts and the Aurora lightens up the sky; but he and his friend, Johnny Stout, went with dogs and guns to hunt the great polar bear whose skin afterwards always lay in front of the big library fireplace in Tommy's home.

This is the way it all happened.

Tommy lived in a big house on top of quite a high hill, not far from a town which could be seen clearly from the front portico and windows... Continue reading book >>




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