The Old Silk Hat, A Frosty The Snowman Prequel

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This is a short story from author P. Edward Auman about the origin of Frosty's old silk hat and has been dedicated to Emilie Parker and the other nineteen children of the Sandy Hook Elementary, Conn. tragedy.

This story is a heart felt explanation of how the old silk hat gained its magical properties through the experiences of love. It may be shared with your children and loved ones. More
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Words: 9,170
Language: American English
ISBN: 9781301457113
About P. Edward Auman

Born in California.
Grew up in SF Bay Area and the Detroit Suburbs.
Graduated in English Teaching in 1990's.
Spent most of his career as a Computer Support technician.
Briefly worked as an English Teacher, and as a Finish Carpenter in a family company.
Spent the first two years of college in the Theater & Film department, specializing in set design and special effects.
He, his wife, and 6 children presently live in a small town in the Rocky Mountains.
Builds his own cars and built his own home.
Drag races both cars and motorcycles for stress relief.

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Review by: foxlover15 on July 13, 2014 :
good story. Made my dad cry!
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Review by: JustinRocks on July 08, 2014 :
My family read this together and loved it.
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Review by: Delia Frank on July 06, 2014 :
I got on smashwords to read a friend's book he recommended and found he wrote this too. It's VERY cute and a good family story. Highly recommend this one. I might even have to go buy a print copy to have on my shelves. I haven't read his other books yet but I understand that the magical artifacts organization in this is used in all of his fantasy books and I'm looking forward to reading those too.
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Review by: DadSmack on Feb. 27, 2013 :
I think this is a nice heart warming story. kids age six and up will like it better than little kids.
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Review by: DadSmack on Feb. 27, 2013 : (no rating)
I found this very heart warming. Good little story to read to older kids (my six year old and older).
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Review by: doreen delgado on Dec. 23, 2012 :
This was such a wonderful story. Thank you for writting it and dedicating it to all those little angels.I plan on reading this to my neices and nephews on Christmas Eve.
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