Christmas Fantasy “Anne’s Forever Christmas Tree” Delights Readers of All Ages this Christmas Season

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The book’s themes include the cycle of life, families coming together during difficult times and the courage and loyalty of the family dog. And, when the Christmas tree is made fun of by the bigger trees outside around the family’s garden, the story also shines a light on the ongoing reality of bullying.

There are some genuine scenes of magic in the final stormy chapter

The Peppertree Press announces the e-book “Anne’s Forever Christmas Tree,” America’s newest Christmas classic. It’s a story about a little girl’s dream of how a magical Christmas tree brightened her family’s Christmas celebration. Whether it was all a dream or really happened … well, the reader will have to decide.

Written by Southern journalist Andrew Bowen, “Anne’s Forever Christmas Tree” is narrated by young Anne, who tells the exciting story of how her family’s Christmas tree amazed the family with acts of kindness and heroism that made the family’s Christmas the most memorable ever.

“Like our most cherished Christmas memories, Anne’s very special Christmas tree will live on forever in her heart long after Christmas because of the mystery and delight the magical tree brought to the family during that snowy Christmas so many years ago,” commented Bowen. “And, there are some genuine scenes of magic in the final stormy chapter, where the reader can experience Anne’s emotions of deep sadness and sheer joy at the same time.”

The book’s themes include the cycle of life, families coming together during difficult times and the courage and loyalty of the family dog. And, when the Christmas tree is made fun of by the bigger trees outside around the family’s garden, the story also shines a light on the ongoing reality of bullying.

“Anne’s Forever Christmas Tree,” a wonderful candle-light read for families during this Christmas season, is available for download on Amazon.com for only $5.99.
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