Books about the christmas tree

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The Christmas Tree by Julie Salamon

“Truly I say: The person who LOSES their self will FIND their self.”

I’ll be brief.

This was the most touching work of Christmas fiction I’ve EVER READ!

I was misty-eyed like a kid at the end. It was THAT good...

And the BEST gifts come in SMALL PACKAGES.

Here’s the setup:

Sister Anthony, the protagonist, had a hard childhood. Real hard.

When her loving father passed away in those early years, she was left alone in the world.

But her aunt knew a group of nuns in New Jersey, close to the child’s Manhattan home, who loved kids, and nurtured their souls.

So the child joins this cloistered family, a stranger to their ritual and their way of life.

BUT her loneliness just deepens.

Until she meets TREE.

Then, a MIRACLE happens.

Her life blossoms, and she finds a natural love, and plenty in common to laugh about with the kids who come to the convent!

Cause she’s found her self.

But ONLY -

As long as she has TREE.

But when a sensitive stranger from NYC (is that POSSIBLE? Believe it!) wants to change that, she has to make a decision...

But THAT’s just the beginning.

No spoilers, friends...

It won’t take you very long to read it.


And it may restore your HEART and SOUL...

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The Biggest Christmas Tree Ever - By Steven Kroll - Kids Books Read Aloud

Great Children’s Books About Christmas Trees

Christmas is by far my favorite time of the year! I try super hard not to be busy and just have simple Christmas seasons. Having a simple Christmas season always includes plenty of time to sit with my children and read tons of Christmas books. Here are a few of our favorite books about Christmas Trees! Find them at your local library, and make time to read through them with your kiddos. Sitting and reading with your children is one of the best ways to connect with them, while making memories.

Oct 16, ISBN years. Still, no tree is more filled with the spirit of Christmas. As the weeks go by, many others are selected but still the little tree keeps up its hope of finding the perfect family. He lives in Lexington,… More about Stephen Krensky. Hardcover —.

Nothing is more enchanting to a child this time of year than a Christmas tree. One is a classic; the other is just plain fun. Schneider, illustrated by Elizabeth J. Long ago, all Christmas trees were perfect. Little Pine was a shoe-in until he took pity on small animals in the harsh winter.

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It has been suggested by The Irish Times as being her finest work, [1] and was chosen by the Irish Independent to be published as one of the books its "Irish Women Writers" collection. At the age of 45, Constance Keating a failed writer living in London, having just given birth to a daughter is told that the weakness she had been experiencing was not as a result of her pregnancy but due to Leukaemia. She has returned to her childhood home in Ballsbridge , a suburb of Dublin , determined to die at home and not fight the disease in hospital - much to the consternation of her sister Bibi, who has agreed to look after the baby. She writes to Jacob Weinberg, a Polish Jew and Holocaust survivor with whom she had a brief affair whilst on holiday in Italy, to tell him he is a father and inviting him to come and take the baby away and look after it. As Christmas approaches and the disease advances, she drinks whisky and the occasional painkiller, under the care of Bill, her sympathetic GP, and Bridie, a young Catholic girl recruited by her sister. The narrative switches between her slow decline and episodes from past life, including leaving Trinity College and moving to London, her literary failures, the death of her parents, and prominently her short time spent with Jacob. The novel was adapted for television in by Yorkshire Television with a screenplay by William Corlett and directed by Herbert Wise.

When Tree is threatened by a winter storm, Sister Anthony, by now an old woman, decides to give up her dearest friend, allowing him to become the most enjoyed and famous tree of all: the tree at Rockefeller Center in New York City. A perennial holiday favorite, The Christmas Tree is about learning to love and, ultimately, being able to share that love with others. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions.

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