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Christmas comes to Oddleton ❮PDF / Epub❯ ☆ Christmas comes to Oddleton ✪ Author Dulcie Feenan – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk For the teacher Mrs Troyd, the pressure is onChristmas is coming to the little parish of Oddleton, and for Mrs Troyd Christmas means the children s Nativity play, awaited with great anticipation or in For the teacher Mrs Troyd, the pressure is onChristmas is coming to the little parish of Oddleton, and for Mrs Troyd Christmas means the children s Nativity play, awaited with great anticipation or in some cases, trepidation by the whole congregationThis year, however, all is not going quite as planned Joseph is too shy to speak out loud enough to be heard The little angels are squabbling over which way up to hold the Baby Jesus, and to top it all, Mrs Troyd s nemesis, Arianna le Christmas comes MOBI :Ê Grand, has taken her children the Angel Gabriel and the Third King on an unexpected skiing holidayWho will stand in for the Angel Gabriel Was it an unwise move for the Shepherd to have eaten three packets of Sour Squigglers and a Whistling Dayglo pop before the play And did donkeys wear sombreros in Ancient Palestine Whatever happens, this will be a Nativity the parishioners will remember for a very long time.

  • Paperback
  • 82 pages
  • Christmas comes to Oddleton
  • Dulcie Feenan
  • English
  • 09 June 2017
  • 1908212136

About the Author: Dulcie Feenan

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10 thoughts on “Christmas comes to Oddleton

  1. Frank Carver Frank Carver says:

    While at the Winchester Writers Festival 2018, I attended an open mic session on the Friday evening where I enjoyed a wide variety of different readings and performances One of these was by a lady who read out a very funny section of her book As she was leaving, I mentioned that I had enjoyed the reading, and asked for the name of the book She started to tell me, then gave up and just handed over the copy she had used for the reading, somewhat marked with pencil scribbles around the approp While at the Winchester Writers Festival 2018, I attended an open mic session on the Friday evening where I enjoyed a wide variety of different readings and performances One of these was by a lady who read out a very funny section of her book As she was leaving, I mentioned that I had enjoyed the reading, and asked for the name of the book She started to tell me, then gave up and just handed over the copy she had used for the reading, somewhat marked with pencil scribbles around the appropriate section I thanked her, and decided to read the book over the next few days.The book appears to be self published, and it s entirely likely that the version I hold in my hand is a print on demand copy of what was originally an ebook Not that this is bad, but there are several aspects of the book which hint at a lack of the benefits of arigorous publishing process the margins are a bit closer to the edge of the page than is entirely comfortable, there is a small sprinkling of typos and other errors, and the front matter is a bit haphazard It s also clear that in the five years since the book was written, the author has developed her voice and her editing skills a lot The version which she read out was considerably tighter,emotional, and funnier than the version in the book.Christmas comes to Oddleton is a fairly straightforward tale of preparing and performing a village school nativity play, with a wide cast of children and adults As you might imagine, nothing goes entirely to plan, but it all comes together in the end in this short but feel good christmas story.For most of the book I assumed that Oddleton is the name of the village where it all takes place, but then we meet two people with the surname Oddleton, which confuses the matter somewhat With so many characters in play, some of them were bound to come over as two dimensional, but I also found that I sometimes got a bit confused as to who was who.On the whole an enjoyable read, with a few funny bits, but it had the feel of a write what you know novel, and could have benefitted from better proofing and editing

  2. Louanne Louanne says:

    Uproarious I laughed I snorted I giggled I snorted I cried somefrom the sheer delight of this story I would love to read it aloud to my students, but alas, I wouldn t be able to keep a straight face.

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