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Description When Christmas comes for the four March girls, there is no money for expensive presents and they give away their Christmas breakfast to a poor family. But there are no happier girls in America than Me... more

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Description Oxford Book of Carols by R. Vaughan Willams, Percy Dearmer and Martin Shaw. This book's description includes "There are over 200 carols ....... including second and third parts and tunes". This book i... more

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Not for me

Four stories that are not too bad.

Ranges from dull and boring to disturbing and depressing.

...at all what one would expect from the title - but it is not different in a a good way. I won this book as part of a collection of Christmas books from Oxford - so perhaps I am being cheeky complaining about a book I received for free. I am just very thankful that I read this book myself before sharing it with my children. It arrived very close to Christmas, so I wanted to skim through and pick out...

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Excellent

A wonderfully special evening out.

none that I can think of.

...With snow, ice and floods around now is a good time to remember and look forward to summer. If a king entertained his queen in Oxford he might take her to Raymond Blanc's Le Manoir but he would probably take his mistress on the Rosamund the Fair. Rosamund the Fair is a purpose built narrow boat restaurant which cruises the canal and river of Oxford transporting its privileged diners back...

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Excellent

Easy to use, comprehensive

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...teems, too. Unlike some behemoth rhyming dictionaries, this one is of a sensible size. I can imagine a poet in his or her garret, notebook in one hand, pen or pencil between teeth, with the Oxford Dictionary of Rhymes in their other hand. How is the book laid out? Firstly there is a preface which explains what the book is and also why it is. Then there is the introduction by John Lennard...

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