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  • Tell me ‘A Story of Christmas’: An animated video storybook

    Bill Vaughan’s “A Story of Christmas” is one of the most cherished stories in The Kansas City Star archives and is reprinted every December. This year, we’re adding a new dimension to the story: an illustrated video storybook.

Bill Vaughan’s “A Story of Christmas” is one of the most cherished stories in The Kansas City Star archives and is reprinted every December. This year, we’re adding a new dimension to the story: an illustrated video storybook. Neil Nakahodo The Kansas City Star
Bill Vaughan’s “A Story of Christmas” is one of the most cherished stories in The Kansas City Star archives and is reprinted every December. This year, we’re adding a new dimension to the story: an illustrated video storybook. Neil Nakahodo The Kansas City Star

Tell me ‘A Story of Christmas’: An animated video storybook

December 21, 2016 9:00 AM