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Download The Littlest Christmas Tree (A tale of growing and becoming) epub

by Janie Jasin




great kids christmas story.
Download The Littlest Christmas Tree (A tale of growing and becoming) epub
ISBN: 0439047773
ISBN13: 978-0439133289
Category: Children
Author: Janie Jasin
Language: English
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.; First Edition edition (1996)
ePUB size: 1935 kb
FB2 size: 1480 kb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 261
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Samutilar
While a lovely story, I was disappointed that it did not necessarily fit the age bracket posted in the description. It was far too wordy for my preschoolers.
Zamo
Nice
Lli
Was bought for a special sentimental Christmas present for daughter--nothing in listing specified that it was used…signed by the author was stated, but it did not say that the author dedicated it to a specific individual.
misery
Good book.
Coidor
Great story for Christmas!
Inertedub
I am Janie Jasin and this little book is 16 years old this year- Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen. The question is- Go back to print? Find a new way to reach folks with the message. I have created several talks around the many miracles that took place around the book. So many folks have contributed to the success. I have a few copies left-- it is out of print. I have the rights back and am praying for insight as to how to go on. A new song has been written for the tree and a new book written by me with Chez Raginiak is "Tradition, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, What's your polka?
Happy Traditions!
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Zadora
The Littest Christmas Tree is an awesome book .About a tree who really want to grow .He bleieves in himself and never gives up.

I recomend this book for all ages because this is an truly great book!
This story is billed as being about growth and sounds like it's going to have some real content...the growth they are talking about isn't the spiritual or life learning sort of growth...it's physical growth...the tree grows and then is clipped into a shape the tree farmer...and then after it's been chosen to be a christmas tree and chopped down, it's then fashioned into a window. So what I read is, physically grow a certain way, let others physically change you so that you're acceptable...and then when you're no longer what they wanted you for, let them change you into something else...the lead charter is passive...not really a healthy message for children. There are so many wonderful stories in the Christmas genre, this is not one of them. I am returning this book.