A lot of Christmas stories have become so ingrained that many people don’t think twice about choosing one as their Christmas story.
It’s one of the things that makes Christmas so special, said Mark Littman, a teacher at Northlake Christian Academy in Lakeland, Florida.
But many others don’t consider them as a source of Christmas tradition, because they’re not straight-news.
“I would say that the story of the straight tale is very, very important,” said Littmen.
“Because there are stories in the Bible that tell us the straight path and you need to be able to remember those stories.”
Here are five straight-shorts to choose as your Christmas story: “The Boy Who Cried Wolf” “The Girl Who Came Home Alone at Night” “Christmas Is A Celebration” “Snowy Days in the Mountains” “Good Morning, Good Morning” “In The Park” “Waltzing in the Rain” The Boy Who Cryed Wolf The story is from a poem by Robert Frost and is one of those straight stories that is used to help people remember a Christmas that doesn’t have a story.
A poem by the American poet Robert Frost is the most common straight story in the Christmas story bible.
It is found in both the Book of Mormon and the Book