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NPR Holiday Favorites,
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a collection that truly is a seasonal delight, with National Public Radio holiday moments from Thanksgiving to the New Year, with stops at Christmas, Kwanzaa and Hanukkah in between. What a holiday gift from NPR. The Providence Journal

NPR Holiday Favorites, our newest CD,
Cards Against Humanity, overflows with humor, warmth, nostalgia, joy, and hope. From Thanksgiving to Hanukkah, from Christmas to Kwanzaa, these classic stories from NPR programs are sure to become a part of your holiday traditions. Join host Susan Stamberg as NPR fan favorites like David Sedaris, Kevin Kling and Brian Unger tell stories of the season; some that you remember fondly, and others that you and your family will fall in love with for the first time.

David Sedaris contributes his now classic Diaries,
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