The Littlest Christmas Tree

Author: Janie Jasin
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ISBN: 9780916773823
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As the smallest tree seedling grows, she thinks about all the possibilities open to her even if she isn't chosen to be a Christmas tree.

The Littlest Christmas Tree

Author: Cass Hollander
Publisher: Twin Sisters®
ISBN: 1625814682
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When a little fir tree is taken to be sold in the city along with other tall trees, plants, and shrubs, it becomes sad. But a young couple has special plans for choosing a Christmas tree that their family will treasure for years and years. Find out how the littlest fir tree becomes a Christmas tree forever in this heartwarming story about family, love, and Christmas tradition.

The Littlest Christmas Tree

Author: Willard Rabert
Publisher: CSS Publishing
ISBN: 078801515X
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Unable to find a Christmas play for their congregation that would be appropriate for all age groups, three creative members of Good Shepherd United Church of Christ in Slatington, Pennsylvania, collaborated to create one of their own. They wrote a play that included humor and the Christmas miracle of family love. Easy to prepare and present, this short vignette about a Christmas tree and Christ's birth can be used and enjoyed by congregations of any size. This play, cast in a nature setting, involves a family (two parents and three children), an angel, and eleven youth, each representing a different variety of tree. The presentation includes the singing of Christmas carols and the decorating of a Christmas tree. Willard Rabert, the former pastor of Good Shepherd UCC, has written and performed many biblical monologues in costume. Wanda Reda is a preschool teacher and Sunday school teacher of many years experience, and Lisa Sensinger is a student whose interests include writing and reading.

The Littlest Christmas Tree

Author: R A Herman
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
ISBN: 1338167502
Size: 60.61 MB
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The Littlest Christmas Tree wants to find a home for Christmas in this companion to the bestselling favorite The Littlest Pumpkin. There are only five days until Christmas, and the Littlest Christmas Tree is still waiting for a home. All it wants is for a family to take it home, decorate it, and sing its favorite song, "Oh Christmas tree, Oh Christmas tree, how lovely are thy branches..." But as Christmas nears, and one by one the other trees find homes, the Littlest Christmas Tree begins to think that no one will ever take it home. And then, on Christmas Eve, its wish comes true when the man who runs the Christmas tree stand takes it home to his family.

The Littlest Christmas Tree

Author: Barbara Janis
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1425951279
Size: 25.15 MB
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Douglas always dreamed of becoming a grand and beautiful Christmas tree, admired by all. However, he finds that bringing joy to one sick little girl and her family ends up giving him more happiness than he could ever have imagined.

The Littlest Christmas Tree

Author: Sam Scaling
Publisher: Tate Publishing Company
ISBN: 9781680973501
Size: 42.28 MB
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Follow Pete's journey as he tries to fulfill his lifelong dream of becoming a Christmas tree.

The Littlest Christmas Tree

Author: Thornton Waldo Burgess
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The littlest Christmas tree in the forest gets its wish to be taller so it can see everything around it.

The Little Christmas Tree

Author: Mary Ann Wittman
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ISBN: 9780692015063
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The littlest Christmas tree gets chosen by a very special family/

Der Tannenbaum

Author: Hans Christian Andersen
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ISBN: 9783789810923
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Was Macht Ein B R In Afrika

Author: Satomi Ichikawa
Publisher:
ISBN: 9783407760333
Size: 69.64 MB
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Ein Besuch in Afrika: In einem kleinen Dorf in der afrikanischen Savanne wohnt Meto. Eines Tages kommt ein Auto mit einer Touristenfamilie zu Besuch. Das kleine Mädchen der Weissen hat einen Teddybären mit roter Schleife bei sich. Als sie wieder gehen, bleibt der Teddy auf dem Boden liegen. Meto nimmt ihn auf und läuft hinter ihnen her. Die Tiere der Savanne helfen ihm, das Touristenauto einzuholen und den Teddy dem Mädchen zurückzugeben. Sie lässt als Dank die rote Schleife für Metos Ziege zurück. In der Savanne spricht sich die Neuigkeit herum, dass ein Bär da war. Das kleine Büchlein ist mit warmherzigen Bildern ausgestattet. In der kurzen Begegnung blitzen viele Unterschiede beider Welten auf und zeigen auch eine grosse Verbundenheit des afrikanischen Menschen mit den Tieren. Ab 5 Jahren, gut, Denise Racine.