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The Christmas Tree

Narrated by: Abdiel LeRoy
Length: 1 hr and 48 mins
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"Lyrical, spiritually enchanting...an important part of our literature." (San Francisco Review of Books)

Strength will not save, but love just might! 

Would you love a heartwarming story to share? One infused with Christian messages? Then let the author's narration take you on a magical journey!  

In the spirit of Oscar Wilde's fairy tales, this audiobook will transport you through time and space and otherworldly encounters, even to the throne of God!  

The author dreamt up this story after witnessing the abandonment of trees onto sidewalks after Christmas in New York City, but here, his whispered love awakens the courage of a little boy to protect his beloved tree.  

This tale embodies all the magic of the festive season, complete with shepherds, wise men, angels, the Christ child, and even St. Nicholas himself! Now, be swept up in its timeless enchantments!

©2017 Abdiel LeRoy (P)2018 Abdiel LeRoy

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I have become a fan of LeRoy's writing, and his unique writing style, which is prolific prose and verses. In reading The Christmas Tree, I find it interesting how he was inspired to write this story, and I am very honored to read such lyrically charming words. He writes, so magnificently, "Now you might think that trees have no eyes, and that trees have no hearts, and that trees have no faces. But look closely at the next tree you see..." Powerful words about the life and death of a tree, a Christmas tree, along with the reverence of embracing its life. If he writes it, I will read it. I look forward to more by LeRoy.