Annie and Willie's Prayer was written by Sophia P. Snow in 1884 and has since become a family tradition for many. It's a heartwarming story of how two children help teach their father the true meaning of Christmas.
Public Domain (P)2015 Willow J. Scott
When I saw this title pop up I was so excited. I was almost afraid to hope that it would be the story I remembered from my childhood but it was, and it was absolutely perfect. Thank you so much!
I grew up every year herring my mother recite this. Your brings back many good memories. It's hard for me to read or Reeside it because I cry. I'm so thankful to have this recorded.
Yes! Hearing the character voices, especially the children, brings the story to life
Twas the Night Before Christmas. Both are Christmas prayers, but this one adds spiritual and emotional elements, which is wonderful
Willie! Sweet little voice
Beautiful...a favorite for years to come
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This is told in the format or twist on The Night Before Christmas. The father of Willie and Danny has been harsh, he's told him them that there is no Santa Claus.
Willie and Annie have trust and have faith and they pray for the things they hope Santa will bring. This is a quick little story, less than 10 minutes, that brings out one side of Christmas.
I don't feel I can share anymore without spoiling this very short story.
Willow J. Scott's narration was very good.
There is barely anything here to review, but it is a clever little story. Please judge accordingly. *I received this in exchange for my review.
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