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.
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.