An earth-sick little angel newly arrived in the celestial kingdom, finds his recent transition from boy to cherub a difficult one.
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Charles Tazewell has authored several children's stories, including The Littleset Snowman's Christmas Gift which won the Thomas A. Edison Prize in 1956From School Library Journal:
Grade 1-3?First released in book form in 1946, this story has since appeared in numerous editions. It tells of a small angel who simply can't get with the program no matter how hard he tries until an understanding elder realizes that he is homesick and is able to retrieve a box of his most treasured possessions from "back home." When it comes time for Jesus to be born on Earth, the Littlest Angel gives his precious box to the Baby, but he is worried that God will think his gift too humble. However, God is pleased indeed, and transforms the box into the Star of Bethlehem. The writing style is rather ornate and full of grandiose words and phrases, but some children will love to hear it read aloud. The oil paintings are muted and full of texture, and not at all sentimental. The celestial choir is multicultural, and the Littlest Angel has red shorts peeking out of his robe. Paul Micich's version (Ideals, 1991) has a glossier "greeting-card" look. This reincarnation of the story will be as popular as its predecessors.?EM
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Book Description Ideals Pub. Corp, 1985. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0824980980