‘Tis the Season for Questions about Hanna’s Christmas

December 15, 2007 @ 12:15 pm | Filed under: Books

I’m getting inquiries about my little Hanna’s Christmas picture book again, so here’s a link to last year’s post about it. I see that copies are now selling for upwards of $60. Unbelievable! Of course I gave away most of my comps long ago to friends, family, and assorted neighbor children named Hannah…I didn’t even keep enough for each of my children to get a copy. Whoops. I had fewer children back then!


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  1. Ooh, glad I got mine last year!!! We will NOT be giving ours away either 🙂 It’s SO good!

  2. Unfortunately, $60 for a book is not in the Christmas budget. Maybe next year!

    P.S. It might snow tonight!!!

  3. We were fortunate enough to find a reasonably priced copy online last year. Don’t ask me HOW as I am in no way a savvy shopper, but in the end it doesn’t matter. The kids and I can now cozy up with Mrs. Peterson and her Hanna…

    …every single Advent.

    PS. Isn’t it fun to do the voice for that grumpy tomten?

  4. I happened upon Hanna at my local library in Lafayette, Colorado last week. What a wonderful surprise since I was collecting picture books for our geography unit on Europe. My daughter’s loved it and want to make St. Lucia dresses and crowns for their dolls now.