A Christmas tree

Author: Charles Dickens

Publisher: N.A



Page: N.A

View: 509

A Boy Goes To See A Christmas Tree

Author: Brandon Pharris

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1477161945

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 24

View: 8106

Author lives in a small town in Texas and he loves writing. In this book, he shares his experience on how fun it is to be with Animals in the Zoo. His mission in life is to save another child’s life.

Lessons from a Christmas Tree Farm

A Devotional and Study Guide Resource

Author: Michael Kurtz

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595332250

Category: Philosophy

Page: 168

View: 3338

Pastor and writer Michael D. Kurtz reflects upon lessons learned from growing Christmas trees for nearly twenty years and applies these lessons to everyday faith and living in LESSONS FROM A CHRISTMAS TREE FARM. In the prologue Kurtz writes: "The instructions from God's creation are pronounced and profound if we will open our eyes, minds, and hearts to the inherent lessons. Growing Christmas trees, like growing in the Christian faith, is neither quick nor easy. There is required of us patience, diligence, and hard work. And, above all, divine grace." Divided into thirty chapters LESSONS is easily adaptable to a monthly devotional resource, by simply reading a chapter per day for one month. Or, LESSONS FROM A CHRISTMAS TREE FARM is ideal for small groups and Sunday School classes. Each chapter is designed around one theme with a section entitled "Questions and Reflections" at the conclusion of every chapter suitable for discussion. In LESSONS FROM A CHRISTMAS TREE FARM the reader will discover a wealth of biblical and practical wisdom for living. As you read this engaging volume you will not only be entertained, you will also be encouraged and inspired in your spiritual journey.

I Spy a Christmas Tree

Author: Jean Marzollo,Walter Wick

Publisher: Scholastic Inc.

ISBN: 0545220920

Category: Games

Page: 24

View: 7909

Photographs and rhymes provide clues for a Christmas-themed search-and-find the objects game.

A Christmas Tree

Author: Libby White Swad

Publisher: FriesenPress

ISBN: 1770673423


Page: 32

View: 2158

Not being chosen for what you consider to be the most important event of your life can be painful. Hoping to have the outcome you want can be frightening as you watch things unfold that aren't promising to you. But when you remember that all things happen for a reason, life can be a little less scary and a little more exciting. Sometimes, what actually happens turns out to be better for you and for others, than you had ever imagined.

The Christmas Tree

Author: James Hewitt

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1430308206

Category: History

Page: 88

View: 5690

This book's creation was done by chance. A group of my co-workers were discussing Christmas and why decorations, trees, and other customs are practiced. Have you ever wondered the same? One question was regarding the Christmas tree. Where did the idea originate? Whom might be responsible for the tradition? Was a person responsible for the tree or was it a cultural phenomena that grew. I am going to ask you to think back to your first memory of Christmas. It probably includes a memory of a decorated and brightly lit tree surrounded by colorfully wrapped presents. A smile always can be seen on even the most selfish and bitter person when viewing a well designed Christmas tree.

Ein Weihnachtsbaum Weihnachten! A Christmas Tree Christmas!

Kinder Weihnachtsbuch ab 3 Jahren. Children's Christmas book ages 3 and above.

Author: S c Hamill

Publisher: earthangelbookmedia.com


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 23

View: 1383

Ein Weihnachtsbaum Weihnachten! A Christmas Tree Christmas! "Dies ist die Geschichte eines starken und kräftigen Baumes Sein Name Spike für dich und mich Er hatte Schwierigkeiten, und es sah schlecht für ihn aus Der Bauer will ihn fällen, das ist sehr, sehr traurig. Er kümmerte sich um sich selbst, wuchs glücklich mit den anderen auf Aber der Bauer kommt, und das bringt Spike in Probleme Er wird gefällt, und wird dann jemandes Weihnachtsbaum Wenn Sie kommen und die Geschichte lesen, werden Sie sicher sehen." "This is a story of a strong, and sturdy tree His name is Spike to you and me. He's found himself in trouble, and it looks pretty bad. The farmer's going to chop him down, which is very, very sad. He was minding his own business, growing happy with the others. But the farmer's come along, and it's put Spike in a bother. Will he get the chop, to be someone's Christmas tree. If you come and read the story, you'll be sure to see." earthangelbookmedia 2018

Decorate a Christmas Tree with 40 Stickers

Author: Cathy Beylon

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 9780486281049

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 4

View: 4495

There's a bushy evergreen on the inside cover and 40 reusable stickers to decorate it with: shiny ornaments, peppermint canes, snowflakes, a toy trumpet, candles, a star for the top, and more.

Once Upon a Christmas Tree - A Holiday Fairy Tale

Author: Johnny DePalma,Molly Crabapple

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 0615154484


Page: 88

View: 3981

Once Upon a Christmas Tree is the heart-warming tale of two love-struck ornaments who have been placed at opposite ends of an enchanted pine. One, a Small Wooden Soldier, and the other, a Tiny Winter Dancer. With only a very short window of Christmas Magic, the Soldier must escape his decorative hook and reunite with his one true love before Midnight - Christmas Day.

Old Dog Cora and the Christmas Tree

Author: Consie Powell

Publisher: Raven Productions

ISBN: 9780967705767

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 8011

Although Cora has become too old to haul a sled with the other dogs, she proves that she can still help the family bring in the Christmas tree from the forest.

A Christmas Tree for Ruby

Author: Rosemary Wells

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101652470

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 24

View: 7228

Will Max find the perfect Christmas tree for Ruby? In this 8 x 8 storybook, Max, Ruby, and Grandma go to Santa's Tree Land to pick out a Christmas tree. Ruby wants to find the perfect tree, but Max is more interested in seeing Santa. After all the trees Ruby picks get taken by other bunnies, Max saves the day by asking Santa for the perfect Christmas tree!

Who Would Like a Christmas Tree?

Author: Ellen Bryan Obed

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 9780547046259

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 9841

Describes the flora and fauna that inhabit a Christmas tree farm throughout the year and use the growing trees for a variety of purposes. Includes section on how the farmer takes care of the farm through the year.

A Wish to Be A Christmas Tree

Author: Colleen Monroe

Publisher: Sleeping Bear Press

ISBN: 1410308596

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 20

View: 6764

This charming tale of an overgrown pine always being passed by for Christmas, and what his woodland friends do to help him, is sure to become a Christmas classic. With delightful illustrations by wildlife artist Michael Monroe and enchanting text from Colleen Monroe, the birds, deer and squirrel of this story help make their special friend's wish come true.

A Christmas Tree for Pyn

Author: Olivier Dunrea

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101647655

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 8208

Christmas is coming. In the craggy rocks on the snowy mountainside, tiny Pyn has her heart set on decorating her very first Christmas tree. But, "No Christmas tree," Papa says. Still, Pyn won't take no for an answer. She knows that a Christmas tree is just the thing their cottage needs to make the season festive and cheery. Pyn is determined to find the perfect Christmas tree - no matter what. With this story of the love between a father and daughter, Olivier Dunrea captures the true spirit of Christmas.

Peppy the Christmas Tree

Author: Mike Kennedy

Publisher: FriesenPress

ISBN: 1460246969

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 24

View: 6399

This is the story of a Christmas tree named Peppy that nobody wanted to buy from the Christmas tree farm. Peppy wonders if he'll ever be a Christmas tree and, after many years, finally finds a family that loves him and thinks he's the best Christmas tree ever.

Monster Needs a Christmas Tree

Author: Paul Czajak

Publisher: Scarletta Press

ISBN: 1938063473

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 1529

It’s almost Christmastime, and Monster needs a tree. But the holidays are filled with joy and so many fun things to do! After snowballs, sleds, and Santa Claus, will he find a tree in time? In this festive, rhyming story, Monster shows young readers that with a little creativity, a tree can be perfect any way you look at it.

Going for the Christmas Tree

A True Story

Author: Maryfran Stulginsky

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 1466999411

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 28

View: 7027

We still have to get a tree. Who wants to bother with a live Christmas tree? They can be such a mess. Ill just run down to the lot on the corner. If I go close to the twenty-fourth, I can usually get a deal, and Im in an out quickly. Christmastime is such a hectic season that, for many families, finding time to get a Christmas tree becomes just one more chore. And the debate between getting a live versus an artificial evergreen seems on-going. This is a tale about how one family turned the task of buying a Christmas tree into a must-attend, cant-miss event over a series of years. It is a story about making memories, building a tradition, and creating family among strangers in a very unlikely place.

Inventing the Christmas Tree

Author: Bernd Brunner

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 0300188862

Category: History

Page: 96

View: 5910

A colorfully decorated Christmas tree, lit with twinkling lights, provokes awe and delight. We understand the lighted tree as a central symbol of the Christmas season, but what are the roots of the tradition? Who first thought to bedeck a tree, to bring it inside? How and where did the local activity grow into a widespread tradition, and how has the Christmas tree traveled across time and continents? Bernd Brunner's brief history—enriched by a selection of delightful and unusual historical illustrations—spans many centuries and cultures to illuminate the mysteries of the Christmas tree and its enduring hold on the human imagination. DIVTracing various European traditions from the Middle Ages forward, Brunner finds that only in the nineteenth century did Christmas trees become common in European family homes. In North America, the imported custom soon fascinated, though some found the tree not quite compatible with a Puritan mindset. Brunner explores how the Christmas tree entered mainstream American culture and how in recent times it has become globally popular. He introduces Jacqueline Kennedy's Nutcracker Tree in the White House, trees used to celebrate the New Year in Turkey, and the world's most expensive Christmas tree, erected in Abu Dhabi. The author also considers the place of the artificial tree and the ecological dimensions of the Christmas tree trade. A book rich with anecdote and insight, Inventing the Christmas Tree will enchant a wide audience./div