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The Legend of Douglas Fir: Douglas Fir & the Spirit of Christmas

Susquehanna, Suzanna

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ISBN 10: 0980196922 / ISBN 13: 9780980196924
Published by Susan J. Arratia, 2008
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Title: The Legend of Douglas Fir: Douglas Fir & the...

Publisher: Susan J. Arratia

Publication Date: 2008

Book Condition:Very Good

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A Christmas Tree reality check: How does a fir tree become a Christmas Tree? Answer: It must be cut down, and die! Little Douglas Fir is safe from being cut down in the National Forest, but he is hopelessly lonely. His only wish is to be a Sparkling Christmas Tree so he can share the joy of Christmas with all the children. He doesn't want to die, however, so he is doomed to stay in the quiet, lonely forest. With the help of a sparkling Twinkle from Santa's eye, Douglas is able to find the Christmas Spirit within him and overcome his impossible circumstances.
Una pregunta importante de un Árbol de Navidad:  ¿Como se hace un árbol de pino a un Árbol de Navidad?  ¡Lo tienen que cortar, y tiene que morir!
El arbolito Douglas Fir está seguro en el Bosque Nacional y no lo pueden cortar, pero se siente muy solo.  Su único deseo es ser un Brillante Árbol de Navidad para que pueda compartir la alegría de la Navidad con todos los niños.  Sin embargo, no quiere morir, así que tiene que quedarse en la quietud y la soledad del bosque.
Con la ayuda de un parpadeo del ojo de Santa, Douglas puede encontrar el Espíritu de Navidad dentro de sí mismo y vencer sus circunstancias imposibles.

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About the Author, Suzanna Susquehanna Not much is known about Suzanna. She may have written this poem: Natural Christmas Tree* A botanist naturalist would relish it all, Flowers in springtime and tree leaves in fall. He’d use weird words, big words, describing them, too, Words that are foreign to me and to you. “Pseudotsuga macrocarpa” he’d write, When “Douglas Fir Pine Tree” is all he’d need type. A botanist naturalist most surely would gag, To see a fir tree with a red for-sale tag. Irresponsibly, he’d feel, it had been cut down, Wrenched roughly from nature, and taken to town. Never to grow to magnificent height, Never again covered with blue snow at night. A Douglas Fir Pine Tree I’ll always recall, Sparkling and cheery in Christmas decked halls. Its fresh fragrance boosting the spirit of joy, Its loving boughs hiding a wrapped-up new toy. But a botanist naturalist might never agree That there’s beauty and glory in each Christmas tree.

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