Calvin the Christmas Tree by Stephen G. Bowling (Book Review #1179)


Calvin the Christmas tree is a children’s book about Calvin, a baby Christmas tree who wants to grow fast so he too can be picked for Christmas. Everyone encourages him to eat his vitamins and drink a lot of water; this way, his branches would grow, and he would get bigger, but GrumpyMeyer tells him he is too small.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Calvin’s branches are not long enough, he feels that he isn’t good enough to be picked, and as people pass by without picking him, he begins to lose faith.

The book reminded me of reading something similar titled, It’s Not Easy Being a Bunny, where the bunny was having similar troubles.

This is a beautiful story and is very meaningful. The illustrations and the way it is presented is well thought out. It is catchy for the younger generation, and the large size font is helpful for early readers to enjoy.

I recommend this book to parents looking for suitable books.

Written by Jeyran Main

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