Heartwarming illustrated story of a Christmas tree overlooked for his small size who refuses to give up on finding a family to spend the holidays with
By: George Wells
After years of waiting, Pee Wee is disappointed to find that he is still overlooked by customers wanting fuller trees to decorate. With his dream of celebrating Christmas with a family of his own fading fast, he is at last discovered by two children who tell their father that they found one that is the perfect size. Driven back to their home and adorned with lights and decorations, Pee Wee is finally able to accomplish his life's big dream: to make children happy at Christmas!
Pee Wee the Christmas Tree by George Wells is the perfect story for young kids this holiday season, encouraging them to never give up on their own dreams and proving that - large or small - there is room for us all. Based on a song Wells originally wrote in the 1970s, and accompanied by a CD sing-along version of the story by Karen Newsum and Alabama Harmony, this charming tale will bring festive joy to every home this Christmas. A feature of the song can be found on YouTube, entitled, Uncle Ron Reads Pee Wee The Christmas Tree.
About the author: George Wells, age 87, has been a songwriter for over fifty-five years with over 100 of his songs having been recorded. He has worked with artists including Charlie Walker, Neil Bonnett and Patsy Trigg and has had a song featured in the 1969 film, From Nashville With Music, as well as numerous television and radio programs over the course of his career. Wells currently resides in Huntsville, Alabama. Pee Wee the Christmas Tree is his second book
Available Sources: The eBook, Pee Wee The Christmas Tree can be purchased from eBookIt.com at https://www.ebookit.com/