A Christmas Memory

A Christmas Memory

Book - 1986
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A reminiscence of a Christmas shared by a seven-year-old boy and a sixtyish childlike woman, with enormous love and friendship between them.
Publisher: New York : Alfred A. Knopf, c1986.
ISBN: 9780679800408
0679800409
Branch Call Number: J FIC Capot 3701ma 1
Characteristics: 1 volumes (unpaged) : color illustrations
Additional Contributors: Peck, Beth

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BookEMonster
Oct 11, 2017

This has been a favourite for most of my life. Dear Cousin Sook and her fruitcakes, her refusal to sell her Christmas tree, and her friendship and kind companionship to a lonely little boy. I consider this a "must-read" Christmas tradition, along with Dickens, and a viewing of "It's A Wonderful Life."

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muffinpopcorn
Dec 28, 2016

Really liked this story , so heartfelt . Would recommend this one to become an annual Christmas book .

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DigN4Fire
Nov 17, 2015

One of my favorite Christmas time stories. I use it as a reverse Turing test. If you read it and don't cry, then you must be a robot.

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Myliskisan
Sep 17, 2015

"One by one the household emerges, looking as though they'd like to kill us both; but it's Christmas, so they can't"

I love this book.

Shsunon Sep 26, 2013

This novel was probably based on Capote's childhood memories. He was left by his parents in the care of older relatives. One cousin takes an interest in him --they fly kites and make fruitcakes every Christmas. This story is a moving tribute to this cousin.

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jrfarrow
Dec 18, 2013

Imagine a morning in late November. A coming of winter morning more than twenty years ago.

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