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Annie and Willie's Prayer... - Primary Source Edition by Sophia P. Snow (2014-02-22)

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  • By baylor1 on January 25, 2016

    This poem was a tradition started by my grandmother when her girls were born in 1926 and 1928. She said it every Christmas - had the whole thing memorized! After Grandma passed away, Aunt Wylma tried to find it in her things, but it was not there. We don't know where she learned it. So, Aunt Wylma started looking at bookstores - back in the 1980's - no luck. Then she found and copied one from the public library. She brought it to read that Christmas. The tradition started again and now her daughter is reading it to her children. It's a wonderful story and a great family tradition. I think it's so wonderful that they preserved the original text and artwork - smudges and all - what a treasure. If you need the text bigger, just go online and google it and you can get the text. But having this book to hand down generation to generation is priceless!

  • By perryk0wrz on August 2, 2013

    My Dear Grandmother who passed away in 1999 at the ripe old age of 106 used to recite this poem, which she had memorized, every Christmas to the delight of her grandchildren, nieces and nephews. My mother who is now 94 had also learned this poem and recited it around Christmas. I was delighted to find it in print and find it enjoyable and bringing back many good memories.

  • By Puzzle on November 5, 2013

    Just as your other reader stated, this brings back memories of my Mother and Grandmother reciting this poem. She recorded it on cassette in 1989 at the age of only disappointment is the print on my Kindle is so small we can't read it without a magnifying glass. It will not enlarge like other books. Is there a solution?I am also searching for a poem "Aunt Melissa On Boys" from the same era.

  • By Bella2three on March 7, 2016

    Very sweet story. An older lady in our church used to recite this from memory every Christmas for our Christmas program. She passed away this year and I just had to have a copy.

  • By Carol Julme on September 18, 2015

    Was a poem my grandmother committed to memory in 1907. Was a bedtime story for her children and grandchildren. The original I have is in a fragile book. Unfortunately, as it was all wood pulp paper, deteriorating with time. So happy to have found this to share with my grandchildren. A sweet message from a time gone by...beautiful story poem.

  • By Janice F Williams on February 16, 2016

    My Mother, God rest her soul, memorized this poem and recited it to us, amid bouts of tears all around. Do I love this poem? I do indeed. Do I love my Mother? My love is immeasurable.

  • By Kindle Customer on January 12, 2016

    This is a wonderful book , my 101 yr old mother can still recite this poem by heart. This book means so much to me.

  • By LK Ruby on December 9, 2013

    It would not seem like Christmas if we did not read this story at least once each year - usually on Christmas Eve. I am lucky to have in my possession an original leather bound copy with a hand sewn binding which was given to my grandfather by his Sunday School class when it was first published in the 1880's. It is a precious story. I can not speak for the kindle edition, as I have never purchased it, but I am very glad to see it is back in print again.

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