Saturday, December 24, 2016

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The Littlest Angel by Charles Tazewell, a book review

The Littlest Angel by Charles Tazewell could be a wonderful addition if you have a collection of Christmas stories you like to pull out only for the time of year you choose to celebrate our Savior's birth.

A child dies and has a difficult time adjusting to becoming an angel until he receives something he misses from earth. The thing he receives becomes his gift to the Christ child, the night of his birth. And thereafter becomes something even more amazing when accepted by God for his child.

This story was originally written by Charles Tazewell for entertainment radio broadcasting back in 1939. It's debut as a children's book was in 1946. It's also appeared in a magazine and as a film production. It has been published in many languages and Time Magazine declared it an international classic.

It is an awesome story! I got teary voiced and then teary-eyed while reading it. I would like to have it for my children's book collection.

Have you read The Littlest Angel by Charles Tazewell? What did you think?
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