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The Carpenter's Gift
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                07-22-2014, 02:52 PM by Catholic Mama
                A young boy who helps his father cut down and sell Christmas trees in 1931 learns a powerful lesson about charity. After they finish selling trees, they give the rest to nearby construction workers; "The best presents are the ones you don't expect." I cried as my son and I read this book and not just from the beautiful pictures: the charity throughout was very touching. According to the back of the book, in 2007, the company that owns the Rockefeller Center began donating the wood from the an...
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                The Carpenter's Gift

                Description: A Christmas Tale about the Rockefeller Center Tree


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                Author David Rubel
                Binding hardcover
                ISBN 978-0375869228
                Languages English
                List Price $14.01
                Number Of Pages 48
                Publication Date 2011
                Publisher Random House Books for Young Readers
                Title The Carpenter's Gift