Christmas stories 2 : A Wish to be a Christmas Tree

A_Wish_to_be_a_Christmas_treeVoici notre deuxième rendez-vous de Noël : le livre “A wish to be a Christmas tree” écrit par Colleen Monroe et illustré par Michael Glenn Monroe.

Un grand et vieux sapin à passé sa vie à espérer que quelqu’un le choisisse pour en faire son arbre de Noël et l’emmener chez lui. Mais il n’a plus beaucoup d’espoir, jusqu’au jour où…

An old big pine has spent his life dreaming about being chosen as a Christmas tree and taken home to be decorated. But he has lost hope, until one day…

Un vecchio e grande pino ha passato tutta la vita nella speranza di essere scelto come albero di Natale e portato a casa. Ma sembra aver perso le speranze, finché un giorno…

“A wish to be a Christmas tree” de Colleen Monroe et Michael Glenn Monroe, © Sleeping Bear Press, 2000

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