For Mrs Claus, the warmth, purpose and spirit of Christmas means meticulous detail to her dearly held Christmas traditions. Christmas just wouldn't be Christmas without them! When a few rambunctious reindeer and a runaway sleigh threaten to ruin Mrs Claus's most important symbol of Christmas and her most precious tradition, panic ensues!
Two children take in a poor, hungry child one Christmas Eve and, to their delight, the child bestows upon them the most wonderful of gifts: a magnificent, magical tree.
It is the same old story of the struggle between the old and the new. This tale, portrayed in the dark detail of the eighth-century, tells of old foresters, who desire to cling to the past, and a bright, young Christian who comes to teach them about the birth of Christ.