Why Christmas Trees Aren't Perfect - eBook
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Why Christmas Trees Aren't Perfect - eBook  -     By: Richard H. Schneider
    Illustrated By: Elizabeth Miles

Why Christmas Trees Aren't Perfect - eBook

Illustrated By: Elizabeth Miles
Abingdon Press / 2012 / ePub

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Title: Why Christmas Trees Aren't Perfect - eBook
By: Richard H. Schneider
Illustrated By: Elizabeth Miles
Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2012
ISBN: 9781426719516
ISBN-13: 9781426719516
Stock No: WW28528EB

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Long, long ago, in a land far away, lived a perfect little tree named Small Pine. Small Pine hoped to maintain its perfect form and be selected by the Queen as her Christmas tree. But as the warm-hearted little tree gave shelter to birds, rabbits, and deer in the forest, its branches became damaged. Fortunately, the Queen had a different idea of perfection...

Young readers will want to read and reread the story of how Small Pine's love and charity for its friends helps make it the most "perfect" Christmas Tree of all.

This magnificently illustrated story of a warm-hearted Christmas tree will surely become one of the most beloved classics of future generations. Schneider's storytelling will enthrall children and adults alike.

Author Bio

Richard H. Schneider has been a journalist and author for more than 50 years and has written more than 20 books for adults and children. A former senior staff editor at Guideposts, an interfaith inspirational magazine, he is a World War II veteran. He and his wife, Betty, are residents of Rye, New York, where Schneider served as vice commander of Post 128 of the American Legion and a lay leader of the Rye United Methodist Church.

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