Celebrating the happiest time of year
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“This Holiday Night” by Margo Rey (find her on Facebook and Twitter)
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Background music includes:
“Joy to the World” by Kevin Zerbe
“I Saw Three Ships” by The Manor House Quartet from “I Saw Three Ships and Other Carols”
Of course I found a lot at their own ElfontheShelf.com, including all of the merchandise which can be bought right there.
Also, Wikipedia and a Washington Post article from a semi-convert.
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