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Family members take their Christmas tree into the back yard and decorate it with edible trimmings for the wild birds and animals
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Told by a nameless child narrator, this charming and fresh story takes readers to New Year's Day when it is time for the Christmas tree to go out. Feeling a little sad, the family invites friends to an after - Christmas party. They skate on the pond and collect pinecones; once home, they spread the cones with peanut butter and roll them in birdseed, string popcorn and berries, and hang this all on the scraggly tree outdoors. The group retires to enjoy hot chocolate while the birds are treated to the tree's "second season of giving." While Patricia Polacco's Uncle Vova's Tree (Philomel, 1989) suggests remembering the birds at Christmas, this enchanting story tells how to do it. Davis' pastel watercolor illustrations remind readers of how family cheer can warm even the palest months and tint them with a rosy glow.
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