September 13, 2012

One Little Christmas Tree by The Curto Family & Rusty Fischer

  • Paperback: 24 pages
  • Publisher: Good Times At Home LLC (August 6, 2012)
  • ISBN-13: 978-0984033812
Synopsis of book: Alfred is a young tree at Carl's Christmas Tree Farm in beautiful Spruce Creek, North Carolina. As all trees do, Alfred starts out with big hopes about being picked each Christmas to be a wonderfully decorated tree for the family he 'inherits.' Time passes and Alfred becomes disappointed that he has not been picked yet. To comfort him, his friend, Mr. Phipps, urges him to be patient and that one day he will be welcomed into a warm, inviting home for the perfect family. Does Alfred get his wish? Will he become a welcome addition to a loving family? Find out - read One Little Christmas Tree today!
My review: This book is a cute little story book to read with your little ones this holiday season. It is the story of a little tree named Alfred. Alfred is sad because he thinks he is too small for a loving family to take him home. As Alfred grows he learns this is not true. The next thing you know a little boy who looks sad comes by Alfred and Alfred picks him to go home with. The little boy then lights up and is very happy to have found a tree that will fit his home. Alfred is also happy that he has found a family that fits him. This is a story about patience and how there is happiness for everyone. I look forward to sharing this with my nieces and nephews this holiday season. I give it four stars. I received this book from the author for nothing more than my honest opinion of it.

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