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What an extraordinary book this one is. Once again, I purchased multiple copies of the book to give as bonuses to my grandchildren. I did so because I fell in love with the book at first reading. As I read, I found the tender story of a pine tree who wants to be a Christmas tree. He is passed over for that, to his method of thinking, amazing honor. His woodland mates search a method to support him and, in the doing, provide a amazing lesson for each of us. The story will be a classic at my house and I will have fun reading it over and over to the young people I have the privilege of loving. The illustrations are also charming. I highly recommend this book for old and young.
I didn't see the face in the tree on the cover until I read this book. The illustrations are unbelievable and complement the story very well. It shares a amazing lesson on how we may not think we are worth much but in other people eyes we are worth a whole lot. So glad I added this to our advent reading this year and will be reading it each year.
This book is very sweet and the pictures are lovely. (It makes sense that the artist was commissioned to paint Christmas ornaments for the G.W.Bush White House. No political stance intended-- Just wanted to mention recognition the artist has received.)
This is such a sweet book. It is sometimes hard to buy a book without reading it first, but based on the reviews I decided to give it a try. The illustrations are incredible. My children read it almost everyday through the Christmas season.
"A Want to be a Christmas Tree" is a unbelievable family Christmas story about a huge tree who wants to be chosen for a family's Christmas tree but it has grown too big. The animals of the forest convince him he is their Christmas tree in a lot of ways all year long. There are very thought provoking statements from the animals. I bought 2 copies of the board book for my 4 younger grandchildren and a hardcover copy for my 2 older grandchildren. The books are sturdy and beautifully illustrated and will surely be read every Christmas. I read the book as soon as I received it and wished I had found it before Christmas but they will hold until next year to give as Thanksgiving bonuses as I am sure the grandchildren will read "A Want to be a Christmas Tree" a lot of times before Christmas. Such a treasure find!
This is a attractive Christmas book. My 6 yo daughter loved it as much as I did! My daughter took it to her first grade teacher and her teacher asked to hold it for a few days because she wanted to share it. A fresh Christmas tradition for this family.
This book hits me right in the feels. Gorgeous illustrations and a sweet story. A pine tree is sad that no one takes him home to be their Christmas tree but all of his forest mates present him how loved and necessary he is to all of them.Every christmas my 4 year old gets a wrapped holiday themed book to begin each night and this is always one of my favorites to begin and read to her.
I stopped after the first few pages because the writing is beautiful atrocious. It's a shame when writers take on historical periods and areas with which they are not familiar. There is no method that the heroine would dare speak to the character as brazenly as she did during their first meeting. It's simply unrealistic. The two girls behaved as toddlers and not as children of 12 and 9. What girl of 12 would grab onto her governess's leg and obtain dragged around the house hiding her face in her skirts? What on EARTH was that? What girl of 9 who was raised among actual humans would suck on her thumb as if it were a pacifier? During that time period, well bred girls of that age already exhibited excellent behavior and manners. I can suspend my disbelief for a plucky heroine if the time period is captured authentically, but this was just absurd. Give this one a miss, IMHO.
This is a delightful story that was a very enjoyable read. David Worthington, Duke of Penrose, as been given custody of two kids after the tragic death of their parents. Meredith Chambers has been their governess in America for a lot of years and brings them to England to be cared for by the Duke. She wants to remain as the children's governess, but David feels Meredith is not the right person for the job and wants to dismiss her. David's mother on the other hand decides to hire her to continue to care for the children, much to David's objections! What follows is a funny, emotional and a war of wills story that brings the Christmas spirit alive. This book will pull you in from the first page and hold your interest through the end. Callie Hutton is a amazing storyteller and brings the characters and story alive!
At this time of year I love all the novellas with a Christmas theme, nothing is worst then getting involved in a amazing story and life interrupts. Ms. Hutton is not someone that I have read before but this plot captured me because as someone who reads a lot of regency period historicals and romances, I was intrigued with her heroine. Merry didn't disappoint, why haven't we seen more American heroines like this?Basic Plot:Ms. Hutton's heroine is an American governess, Merry, who has been charged with the duty of bringing her two delightful charges (young girls) to their fresh guardian, the Duke of Penrose. To create matters more compelling one of the girls is on the cusp of young womanhood. The Duke of Penrose is a rigidly uptight peer who was in love with the girls' mother and is charged with raising daughters who could have been his own. The Duke is appalled by the young girls' behavior blaming their governess who he deems lacking in the social graces required for a proper English lady.What makes this atypical for a regency, is our Ms. Merry is not meek miss, she gives as amazing as she gets and the sparks fly between her and the Duke, which made a very satisfying read. Furthermore she wasn't portrayed like a lot of historical romance American misses are as a hoyden but had the interest of her charges at the forefront of her disputes with the Duke.If I can say one thing that was a drawback, the story was too short. Yes, I know it was a novella but the characters were so well developed, the plot special and Ms Hutton voice to make the potential for a full-length story. Though within the framework of a novella she didn't rush to the HEA and there was believable growth by the Duke something often lacking in novellas.A four and half star read and one of this best this holiday season.
This is very nice story, a lovely romance with a couple that is quite opposite in a lot of aspects (an arrogant English duke with a lively and independent American governess) but that complement each other quite perfectly. I also enjoyed a lot the hero of the dowager ( the duke's mother ) and her schemes to see her son happy..Overall, a fun and fast read. Only four stars for me because there is no epilogue and I love it when the authors give us a picture of what happened after the "happy ever after".As a side comment: I've read a couple of reviews complaining about the "explicit sex scenes",: I think they were expecting a typical sweet regency Christmas story but for me those scenes were fine and not disconnected from the plot. Maybe what it should be done, is a better categorization of the books from amazon so that customers do not pick books that may offend them...
This was my first book by this author and it was a beautiful amazing read. The main characters were beautiful well developed, each had a completely various background and temperament. I liked the Dowager Duchess, she was a amazing secondary hero and really kept the fun in the story. The main female was strong, spoke her mind but wasn't rude about it. One thing that does wear on a reader is the repetitiveness of the same thing. I can't love him, above my station, not amazing enough-blah blah blah. This book had some of that but not to the point of screaming. Will check out a couple more of her books. A amazing read.
I loved this book, but it was over in a flash, or so it seemed. That would probably be my only complaint, that there could have been a small more of the 'will they or won't they?'The Duke of Penrose 'inherits' his best friend's two daughters and their brash,young, American governess, Miss Merry Chambers, who he thinks is incapable of raising his two young wards into proper English women when his mate and his wife are killed in an accident. So he decides to hire a more proper ars ago, his mate and the duke had both wooed the same woman,but Elinor chose his mate and the duke swore never to marry.When Miss Merry enters his life, all he can see is a woman who will not accept orders from anyone, including a duke. What his mother,the Dowager Duchess of Penrose sees is a woman who brings out another side to her son, a side she feared was long gone, a more playful less stodgy side.Her son is determined to hire a fresh governess to raise his young wards though and Miss Merry's days in the duke's residence seem numbered, so his mother decides to hire her as her on the duke realizes that perhaps his decision to never wed may have been a bit too harsh.Sparks fly from the start. Merry & David are charming, as is this Christmas tale.Enjoy!
love this book! I love Christmas stories so I had to read this book too. This is the first book I have read by this author. the American governess Merry won't disappoint you in this story. The Duke of Penrose dislikes her, and detests his attraction to her. a unbelievable read! You will have fun the sparks flying!
What a sweet and fun twist to Jane Eyre! This time the heroine is American; Meredith Chambers, Merry. She is full of compassion for the two girls she's been caring for, as well as Merry is not the kind of women who could be steamrolled over by the Duke of Penrose, who is quite used to being obeyed--so related to Mr. Edward Rochester! Like the amazing classic characters, Penrose is won over by Merry's integrity, grit, and spirit, and don't worry. Penrose isn't all pompous arrogance dressed sharply by aristocracy. Underneath his title is a very sweet, considerate, and romantic man, who has delicious dreams of real is lovely book, all wrapped in sparkling Christmas paper, makes it a excellent fast read for the Holidays!
This is a wonderfully sweet story even though it has sex stage which is touching rather than salacious. I loved this story. Duke meets American girl who is governess to his fresh wards. He fires her as he doesn't believe she can teach the girls proper etiquette. The Duke's mother hires her as a companion and the sparks begin to fly between the Duke and the governess. Do yourself a favor and buy this book. Fast read.
Very delightful story!! I love the plot within the plot and the entire ribbon of theme as it all came together. I honestly didn't wish it to end so soon. Will there be another sequel to continue the story? It is honestly too amazing to stop everything now!!! If Callie Hutton will continue with this line of the story I would gladly volunteer to type it for her, or even throw in a few ideas of my own for the various characters she has created!! Just think about a sequel for it, PLEASE!! Much too GOOD to place down now!!!