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December 07, 2008



Awesome page. This is one of my favorites of the season. And Geraldine Page's portrayal is brilliant!! I would love to find a copy of Truman's reading of this. Any suggestions? Where did you come across this? I always look forward to this with every Christmas. I'll definitely pass on this page/blog as the season approaches.




Thanks for the kudo. I found this by doing a Google search. But it is the same version that was annually shown at the middle school where I taught for many years. Thus, this also brings back wonderful memories.

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I use your website each year when I teach my 9th graders this story. They follow the story with writing about their own special family tradition and using many sensory images to follow the tradition of "A Christmas Memory". Thanks for maintaining this website.

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