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The First Christmas Tree: A Legend from Long Ago

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This richly illustrated book helps children ages three and up appreciate this wonderful symbol and understand its deep roots in Christian tradition. For example, its evergreen needles are a reminder of eternal life, the lights remind us that Jesus is the Light of the World, and a star on top points to the star of Bethlehem shining over the Savior's birthplace. It tells the ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published August 1st 1997 by Baker Publishing Group (MI)
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Nov 20, 2013 Alice rated it really liked it
I am not a big fan of Christmas but....well Santamas I don't dig "CHRIST"mas I can totally live with!! This is a very lovely "CHRIST"mas. It is interesting about the Fir tree and how it became a tree used at Christmas time...Very nice..nice picture! Good one!
Lovely story with colourful illustrations of this first Christmas tree imagination.
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