New York Times bestseller, Audie Award/ Best Inspirational Book 1997. Being reissued Fall 2016 with a new introduction by the author.
The story of an orphan girl who befriends a tiny fir tree that becomes the most famous tree of all, the tree at Rockefeller Center in New York City.
“A rich, heartrending tale,” wrote Maureen Corrigan, NPR’s book critic, in Newsday.
“I can imagine Dickens himself sniffling and smiling.”
“The touching tale of a girl and her tree, narrated by a Rockefeller Center gardener, will be a classic.” — Chicago Tribune
“Unusual and endearing…”—The Atlanta Journal-Constitution