The Return of Light A Christmas Tale Every year the magical Christmas Deer visits the Christmas trees growing on Faith Mountain I promise that your life will bring the Return of Light to the humans he says Then he bows his head and tou

  • Title: The Return of Light: A Christmas Tale
  • Author: Dia Calhoun
  • ISBN: 9780761453604
  • Page: 406
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Every year, the magical Christmas Deer visits the Christmas trees growing on Faith Mountain I promise that your life will bring the Return of Light to the humans, he says Then he bows his head and touches each mature tree with his starry antlers.One year, however, he pauses before Treewing, a fir tree who s too young to be harvested The Christmas Deer touches him anywEvery year, the magical Christmas Deer visits the Christmas trees growing on Faith Mountain I promise that your life will bring the Return of Light to the humans, he says Then he bows his head and touches each mature tree with his starry antlers.One year, however, he pauses before Treewing, a fir tree who s too young to be harvested The Christmas Deer touches him anyway, telling him he has a special destiny.Cut down and transported to a Christmas tree lot in the city, Treewing waits anxiously for a happy family to buy him, take him home, and love him But this doesn t happen, and after the other trees have been sold, he s left all alone At last, on Christmas Eve, the friendship of a young boy, a precious baseball, and a group of homeless people help Treewing understand his special role in bringing The Return of Light to those who need it most.

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    One thought on “The Return of Light: A Christmas Tale”

    1. One of the best Christmas stories I've ever read. I'm weeping right nowTreewing is chosen to be a Christmas tree, even though he's too young. After being taken from his mountain, he sits on a Christmas tree lot, hoping to be taken home to become a family's Christmas tree. Sweet. Touching. A shining story for the season. As a tree hugging Christmas lover, this book was wonderful. Truly lovely.

    2. I guess that it would Ok for very young children as a beginning to read story. It really isn't great for teens. It is a story of trees that talk to each other and look forward to becoming Christmas trees. This young tree is destined to be a very special tree. The homeless people who don't have a tree decorate it and celebrate right on the tree lot. One boy decides to be giving and makes a special gift to the lady who runs the lot. Happy ever after.

    3. I was actually pleasantly surprised by how much I liked this book. I really enjoyed the idea of telling a Christmas story from the point of view of a Christmas Tree. I also liked the whole mythology that the trees had about the Christmas Deer and their destiny as Christmas trees. It was also just a nice little story that serves as a good reminder of where our focus ought to be at Christmastime. I'm glad my wife found this at the library's book sale. I might have to read it again next year.

    4. Cute story of a little Christmas tree in a tree lot that makes a big difference to a little boy and some homeless people.

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