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A fine St. Patrick's Day —Wojciechowski, Susan.

Two towns, Tralee and Tralah, compete in an annual St. Patrick's Day decorating contest which Tralah boastfully always wins, but when their hearts are put to the test by a little man with pointed ears, Tralee wins with n...

The Christmas miracle of Jonathan Toomey —Wojciechowski, Susan.

The widow McDowell and her seven-year-old son Thomas ask the gruff Jonathan Toomey, the best wood-carver in the valley, to carve the figures for a Christmas creche.

The best Halloween of all —Wojciechowski, Susan.

A young boy recalls all the Halloween costume agonies he's been through, until, at last, he gets to do things his own way!

The Christmas miracle of Jonathan Toomey —Wojciechowski, Susan.

The widow McDowell and her seven-year-old son Thomas ask the gruff Jonathan Toomey, the best wood-carver in the valley, to carve the figures for a Christmas creche.

The best Halloween of all —Wojciechowski, Susan.

A young boy recalls all the Halloween costume agonies he's been through, until, at last, he gets to do things his way!

The best Halloween of all —Wojciechowski, Susan.

A young boy recalls all the Halloween costume agonies he's been through, until, at last, he gets to do things his own way!

The Christmas miracle of Jonathan Toomey —Wojciechowski, Susan.

The widow McDowell and her seven-year-old son Thomas ask the gruff Jonathan Toomey, the best wood-carver in the valley, to carve the figures for a Christmas creche.

Beany (not Beanhead) and the magic crystal —Wojciechowski, Susan.

Beany has a magic wishing crystal, but since it will grant only one wish, she holds it in reserve waiting for the perfect moment to use it.

Christmas miracle of Jonathan Toomey

When a boy loses the wooden nativity set that links him to his deceased father, his mother persuades a reclusive woodcarver to make a replacement. As Christmas approaches and the boy demands more, will the gift be finish...

Beany and the dreaded wedding —Wojciechowski, Susan.

Beany loves her cousin Amy but is worried about something going wrong if she agrees to be the flower girl in Amy's wedding.

Beany goes to camp —Wojciechowski, Susan.

Beany definitely does not want to spend her summer vacation at camp, but she endures bugs and a bossy cabin-mate, finds a new friend, and has an okay time after all.

Beany and the meany —Wojciechowski, Susan.

When Beany's best friend Carol Ann pairs with the new girl at school to create a science project, Beany must work with Kevin the bully.

Beany and the dreaded wedding —Wojciechowski, Susan.

Beany loves her cousin Amy but is worried about something going wrong if she agrees to be the flower girl in Amy's wedding.

Beany (not Beanhead) —Wojciechowski, Susan.

Beany's tendency to worry about almost anything results in schemes, and scheming leads her to trouble, and lots of laughs.

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