THE CHRISTMAS TREE
By: George Wells
Illustrated by: Denis Proulx
Published: July 5, 2016
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
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George Wells has been a songwriter for many years and recently came across some sheet music for a song he wrote long ago. It reminded him of the sweet and simple song he wrote for Christmas and decided to make it into a children’s story.
Pee Wee has lived in the forest for years and each time the Christmas tree season rolls around, he hopes to be chosen as one of the trees to be cut and taken to the store. Sadly, year after year, he is overlooked because of his size. He is just too small to be an adequate Christmas tree. Until, finally, he is chosen and taken to a store, where again he sits and waits and is overlooked by those who want the biggest and the best trees.
Pee Wee is sad, but doesn’t lose hope. You’ll have to read to find out if Pee Wee’s Christmas wish comes true! Will a family realize he is the perfect size and allow him to bring them joy on Christmas morning?
This is a very sweet story and a reminder that big or small, there is a job and a place for everyone. Pee Wee encourages the reader to never give up and to remain hopeful.
It’s a quick read with large print and colorful illustrations. It definitely put me in the mood for the Christmas season. I like that it has a positive message that works for anytime of year as well.
songwriter for over fifty years with over 100 of his songs having been
recorded. He has worked with artists including Charlie Walker, Neil Bonnett and
Patsy Trigg and has had a song featured in the 1969 film, “From Nashville With
Music”, as well as numerous television and radio programs over the course of his
career. Wells currently resides in Huntsville, Alabama with his wife of 58 years.
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