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Summary: During the Christmas season, six-year-old Little Joe learns the importance of a letter and the impact it can have. He learns too about consequences, and learns both lessons well. Years later, the importance of a letter is still strong.
rating = K word count = 2593
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Summary: Just before Christmas Ben Cartwright makes a choice he will soon regret. He allows his twelve-year-old son, Joseph, to help the young woman who is filling in for Abigail Jones over the holidays find her way home. Little does Ben know that the blue sky of morning will soon become the deep gray of an approaching snow storm, and that his son and his teacher will need a miracle to survive.
Rated: PG-13 Word Count: 12,321
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Summary: A man’s life and the things that matter most are revealed in a series of Christmas Eve vignettes. (Mind you, this is not a Bonanza story. It is a piece of original fiction featuring a character born many years ago in a Bonanza World journal—an actor named Jack Richards, not-so-loosely based on Pernell Roberts. If that intrigues you, or if you’re just in the mood for an easy read in keeping with the season, you may enjoy this. I hope so.)
Rating: T (11,074 words)
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Summary: After a last minute cattle drive that almost drove Hop Sing away, can the Cartwrights hope to have a calm Thanksgiving? Perhaps with a little help from some friends.
Rating – K WC – 1288
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Summary: A WHN/WHIB for the episode My Brother’s Keeper. Joe finds himself lost and alone in a forest, but is he really as alone as he thinks he is?
Rating: T – (1,300 words)
497 total views, 1 views today
Summary: Cousin Clarissa Cartwright returns to the Ponderosa to visit her cousin, Benjamin, and “his lovely family,” on the occasion of Stacy’s graduation from school.
Rating: K+ (40,200 words)
The Lo Mein Affair
Virginia City Detour
Young Cartwrights in Love
San Francisco Revisited
There But for the Grace of God
Between Life and Death
Trial by Fire
Mark of Kane
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