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The twelve magic changelings

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"Cut-outs for children of Mary and her little lamb, Humpty Dumpty and the egg, Tom the piper's son and his pig, The town mouse and the country mouse, Silverhair and the little wee bear, Robinson Crusoe and his parrot, The lion and the unicorn, The witch and her black cat, Nancy Netticote and the candle, Santa Claus and the Christmas tree, The frog who would a-wooing go and the lilly white duck, Dick Whittington and his cat."
"Printed in colors."
Each leaf has two colored figures, front and back. Designed to be cut out and pasted together.
Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.

Cut-outs for children of Mary and her little lamb, Humpty Dumpty and the egg, Tom the piper's son and his pig, The town mouse and the country mouse, Silverhair and the little wee bear, Robinson Crusoe and his parrot, The lion and the unicorn, The witch and her black cat, Nancy Netticote and the candle, Santa Claus and the Christmas tree, The frog who would a-wooing go and the Lilly white duck, Dick Whittington and his cat. 1907

Santa Claus, also known as Saint Nicholas or Father Christmas, is a legendary figure who is said to bring gifts to children on Christmas Eve. The modern version of Santa Claus is based on a number of historical and cultural influences, including the Dutch legend of Sinterklaas, British and American Christmas traditions, and the Christian bishop Saint Nicholas. The figure of Santa Claus as we know him today - a jolly, plump man with a white beard, red suit, and black boots - was popularized in the 19th century through the work of various writers and artists, including Clement Clarke Moore and Thomas Nast. Today, Santa Claus is a beloved symbol of the holiday season, and continues to be a source of joy and excitement for children and adults alike.

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01/01/1907
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