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Christmas Sleep Stories Collection: The Fir Tree & The Christmas Star

Narrated by: Joel Thielke
Length: 1 hr and 36 mins
Categories: Kids, Ages 5-7
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What's better than classic Christmas stories? A collection of them! Welcome to Sleep Stories -- holiday fairy tales and folk stories specifically engineered to help you fall asleep faster and sleep through the night. Perfect for listeners of any age. 

The original version of The Fir Tree is by Hans Christian Anderson. This is a cautionary tale of always wondering if the grass is greener on the other side of the fence. We follow the story of young fir tree who wonders what his destiny will be. 

The Christmas Star is an age-old story about a little star who wants to shine for someone’s heart and inspire, just like the star over Bethlehem. It’s a tale of love and wishing, and wanting to help others.

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  • Nick
  • PORT RICHEY, FLORIDA
  • 12-13-18

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I was a little confused at the beginning of listening to the Christmas stories of The Fir Tree & The Christmas Star. Not being a novice to Mr. Thiele's recordings and voice, having being put to sleep by them for many years, I wasn't sure if I was listening to a hypnosis recording or a story book. I think it was a little of both. Using headphones and following the directions to relax my body, I had to restart both stories no less than three times as I fell asleep before the stories barely began. Finally, rested and fully alert, I decided to listen to the stories, dismissing the relax instructions. I found the stories to be interesting, but more suited for juveniles. I think they would be great on Christmas Eve to listen to with children that you would like to fall asleep, so that Santa could come. The Christmas songs at the ending was very relaxing. I was not sure about the 30 some minutes of listening to a fireplace roar and crackle. In fact, during one of the listening sessions where I fell asleep, I woke up burning up with heat hearing the fireplace crackle, LOL. In conclusion, the stories were original, but I think they would be more appropriate for children.

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