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Why Christmas Trees Aren't Perfect (1988)

by Richard H. Schneider

Other authors: Elizabeth J. Miles (Illustrator)

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Even though its kind sacrifices for the animals of the forest have marred the perfection of its shape, Small Pine is selected to be the Christmas tree in the Queen's castle, demonstrating that living for the sake of others makes us most beautiful in the eyes of God.

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This is one of the best x-mas books ever. As someone who is not "religious" I still appreciate this book very much. ( )
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They say that if you creep into an evergreen forest late at night you can hear the trees talking.
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Even though its kind sacrifices for the animals of the forest have marred the perfection of its shape, Small Pine is selected to be the Christmas tree in the Queen's castle, demonstrating that living for the sake of others makes us most beautiful in the eyes of God.

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A young tree and his woodland friends learn that real joy comes from giving of ourselves to help others. 25 minutes.
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