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PublisherZiff-Davis | Date: | Lang: English
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SourceThis book was scanned from a copy in the JVJ Archive.
Notes1951. Soothscans, CW edits
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Additional Information
 
Publication1951 | Price: 0.25 USD | Pages: 1
 
CreditsLetters: Typeset
ContentCharacters: Santa Claus
 
Text ArticleThey Bear Gifts in Other Lands (1 page)
SynopsisGift givers in various countries.
NotesOn inside front cover.
 
Comic Story"Well, that's the last nail..." (7 pages)
FeaturingJingle and Bell the Eskimo Twins
CreditsPencils: Mike Sekowsky
ContentGenre: Humor; Children
NotesPencils credit identified by Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.
 
ActivityHow to Draw Your Own Santa Claus (1 page)
ContentCharacters: Santa Claus
 
Comic StoryThe Miracle of the Snowman (7 pages)
CreditsScript: Jim Miele | Pencils: Jim Miele | Inks: Jim Miele
ContentGenre: Fantasy
 
Comic StoryBenny Brown Bear's Christmas Sleep! (7 pages)
CreditsPencils: Bill Walsh? | Inks: Bill Walsh?
ContentGenre: Humor; Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
NotesArt credits identified by Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.
 
Comic StoryHow the Reindeer Came to Fly (6 pages)
CreditsPencils: George Peltz? | Inks: George Peltz?
ContentGenre: Fantasy | Characters: Santa Claus
NotesArt credits identified by Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.
 
Comic StoryCrystal the Snowflake (7 pages)
ContentGenre: Fantasy
 
Comic StoryThe Story of Silent Night (2 pages)
SynopsisThe Story of how the Christmas carol 'Silent Night' was written.
ContentGenre: Non-fiction
 
IllustrationAll-Reindeer Team (1 page)
FeaturingSanta's (Snapshot) Album
CreditsPencils: Bill Walsh? | Inks: Bill Walsh?
ContentCharacters: Dasher; Dancer; Prancer; Vixen; Comet; Cupid; Donder; Blitzen
NotesArt credits identified by Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.
 
Comic StoryA Christmas Dream (2 pages)
FeaturingPampas and Poncho
CreditsPencils: David Gantz? | Inks: David Gantz?
ContentGenre: Humor
NotesArt credits identified by Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.
 
ActivityHow to Draw Santa's Little Helper -- the Elf (1 page)
CreditsPencils: George Peltz? | Inks: George Peltz?
NotesArt credits identified by Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.
 
Text StoryThe Fir Tree (4 pages)
CreditsLetters: Typeset
ContentGenre: Fantasy
 
ActivityHow to Draw Your Own Reindeer (1 page)
CreditsPencils: George Peltz? | Inks: George Peltz?
NotesArt credits identified by Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.
 
Comic StoryJingle Bells (1 page)
CreditsPencils: Maurice Del Bourgo? | Inks: Maurice Del Bourgo?
NotesArt credits identified by Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.
 
Comic StoryChristmas Morning at the North Pole (2 pages)
SynopsisSanta Claus begins telling his friends about the world outside the North Pole.
CreditsPencils: Bill Walsh? | Inks: Bill Walsh?
ContentCharacters: Santa Claus
NotesUsed to introduce The Golden Fish sequence, beginning the non-Christmas stories. Art credits identified by Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.
 
Comic StoryThe Golden Fish (5 pages)
ContentGenre: Fantasy
 
Comic StoryThe Cow That Jumped Over the Moon! (5 pages)
ContentGenre: Humor; Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
 
Comic StoryThe Greedy Dog (1 page)
ContentGenre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
 
Comic StoryThe Cuckoo Clock Princess (9 pages)
ContentGenre: Fantasy
 
Comic StoryThe Raven and the Jackal (1 page)
ContentGenre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
 
Comic StoryThe Furry Fishermen (1 page)
CreditsPencils: Vic Martin (signed) | Inks: Vic Martin (signed)
ContentGenre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
 
Comic StoryThe Man Who Tried to Please Everybody (1 page)
 
Comic StoryThe Funny Nest (6 pages)
CreditsPencils: George Peltz? | Inks: George Peltz?
ContentGenre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
NotesArt credits identified by Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.
 
Comic StoryThe Little Red Hen (3 pages)
CreditsPencils: George Peltz? | Inks: George Peltz?
ContentGenre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
NotesArt credits identified by Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.
 
Comic Story"Boswell, I'd like you to meet a dear friend of mine..." (7 pages)
FeaturingBoswell the Brat
CreditsPencils: Jim Miele | Inks: Jim Miele
ContentGenre: Humor; Children
NotesArt credits identified by Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.
 
Comic Story"What are you doin', Li' Arthur?" (1 page)
SynopsisMarooned on a desert island, Arthur sends a message in a bottle to request many frivolous things, but not a TV set - he's waiting for a color model.
FeaturingAlley the Cat and Li'l Arthur
ContentGenre: Humor; Anthropomorphic-funny Animals | Characters: Alley the Cat; Li'l Arthur
 
Comic StoryThe Mouse Who Played Santa Claus (7 pages)
CreditsPencils: Bill Walsh? | Inks: Bill Walsh?
ContentGenre: Humor; Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
NotesArt credits identified by Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.
 
Comic StoryThe Sparrow Who Came for Christmas (6 pages)
 
Comic StoryThe Legend of St. Nicholas (6 pages)
ContentGenre: Non-fiction
 
Text ArticleMerry Christmas in Other Lands (1 page)
SynopsisCollection of ways to say 'Merry Christmas' in other languages.
NotesOn inside back cover.
 
IllustrationChristmas Morning at Santa's House (1 page)
CreditsPencils: Lou Myers (signed) | Inks: Lou Myers (signed)
ContentCharacters: Santa Claus
NotesBack cover.
 
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