LIGHTS -- AND A STAR by Christine Whiting Parmanter

LIGHTS -- AND A STAR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Sweet sentiment, a little Christmas story of a jobless man and his sick child heart is set on a Christmas tree -- with lights -- for which they have no money. And how the father, ill too, steals a tree from the home of the prominent citizen responsible for his unemployment, and a kindly doctor straightens it out. Small greeting for the season, which will appeal more to older people.

Pub Date: Nov. 17th, 1941
Publisher: Crowell