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Scrawny The Tree

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Published by Lulu Press .
Written in English

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    Open LibraryOL11692345M
    ISBN 101411664132
    ISBN 109781411664135


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Originally published inThe Scrawny Little Tree tells of a destitute little boy who has always wanted a Christmas tree. He finally has saved enough to buy a little tree all his own, one with scrawny limbs and very few needles.

But the boy's love for his first Christmas tree is not affected by its diminuitive stature/5. Originally published inThe Scrawny Little Tree tells of a destitute little boy who has always wanted a Christmas tree.

He finally has saved enough to buy a little tree all his own, one with scrawny limbs and very few needles. But the boy's love for his first Christmas tree is not affected by its diminuitive : Penguin Young Readers Group.

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