Monthly Rhyme from Twiglet's book: "March in in, the winds begin!" Twiglet, the Little Christmas Tree Copyright 2003 by Phyllis and Janey Fisher.

Sunday, December 31, 2006

Excerpt from "Twiglet" the Little Christmas Tree...

"Twiglet" the Little Christmas Tree

"A long time ago, on a Christmas tree farm, a tree with a white top-notch showed up. It was time to harvest the trees and "Twiglet" joined the trees in the wagon. The old farmer, Gran'pa Shepherd and his grandson, Bright, hauled the trees to the nearest town called “Snowflake". Twiglet fell off the wagon and landed by the wayside! Rueben and Rachel Oliver came across Twiglet while gathering wood. They lived with their Gramma O in a little old cabin, down a little old lane, among the tall pine trees. Christmas would not be the same this year, because they had lost their mother and father to the fever, on a ship bound for South America. Gramma O rejoiced with the twins over finding the little Christmas tree, saying that the white top-notch was a good sign and they must try to decorate him! Gramma O lit the old kerosene lamp as they decorated the parlor and "Twiglet".
Snowflakes as big as gumdrops, were falling from the frosty,
night sky! Gran'pa Shepherd and Bright were hurrying to get home when the wagon wheel broke… "

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Large Print Book ~ 8.5" x 11" ~ ISBN: 0-974561-51-7

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Monday, December 18, 2006

M-E-R-R-Y C-H-R-I-S-T-M-A-S... all our blog readers!!! Santa and "Twiglet" the Little Christmas Tree wish you the best holiday ever! Remember that there is more to Christmas that receiving of yourself to make life better to those around you is pretty special. We have a Christmas challenge ~ On Christmas day...wash the Christmas dishes for the cook! Or...round up all the wrapping paper, boxes, and bows and take it to the trash can outside! Or...give everyone around the Christmas tree a hug and tell them that they are special to you! We would love to hear what you did. (You have one week to decide what you will do!)

Santa 'n' "Twiglet" the Little Christmas Tree

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