Item description for The Littlest Angel by Charles Tazewell & Paul Micich...
Overview Children will sympathize with this homesick four-year-old boy, who only recently came to heaven and now find himself out of sorts in the heavenly realm. Young readers will enjoy discovering the precious gift the little angel offers to the Christ Child and will learn the important of sharing what they have with others. This is a heartwarming story for parents and youngsters alike.
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Studio: Ideals Children's Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.85" Width: 10.33" Height: 0.41" Weight: 1.18 lbs.
Release Date Sep 30, 2001
Publisher IDEALS PUBLICATIONS #355
Grade Level Pre School
ISBN 0824953320 ISBN13 9780824953324
Availability 0 units.
More About Charles Tazewell & Paul Micich
Charles Tazewell was born in Des Moines, Iowa and is a scriptwriter.
Charles Tazewell lived in Des Moines, in the state of Iowa. Charles Tazewell was born in 1900 and died in 1972.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Littlest Angel?
One of the best stories ever... Jan 12, 2007
My Grandma has been reading this story to me ever since I was little, and even though I am 21 I still make her read it to me every Christmas. It is one of my favorite stories and someday I will read it to my children too.
Wonderful story for Christmas Jan 10, 2007
I was given this book (same edition) as a young girl...about 4 or 5, from my uncle and I read this book so much as a child that I remember the pages were coming out of it. I now cannot find this book but fortunately, found it here on this site and bought it for my daughter. I really enjoy this story and think it is a wonderful story about Christmas. A must read for childres...and adults!
The Littles Angel Jan 10, 2007
I never received this book and I need to find out when to expect it.
Cute But Dark Dec 16, 2006
This book's charming story and lilting sentences are a sweet addition to the Christmas canon. (For details on the plot, see other reviews - no need for me to add anything.) However, when I was a child I found this story upsetting, and I don't read it to my children now. Underneath the cute angel stuff and the blessed-are-the-meek message, it's the story of a homesick, miserable four-year-old who is, in fact, dead. No amount of redemption made that acceptable to me when I was a kid. If you're considering this for a child in your life, do yourself a favor and read it first, reflecting on the child's temperament.
Family treasure Dec 22, 2005
Charles Tazwell lived in a small town near Keene, NH. My gandfather had beena pastor in the area and I have family that stayed there after my grandfather left that parish. Charles Tazwell was a fiend of the family and justbeofre I was born, he autographed a copy for my family--
Growing up, it was our Christmas Eve tradition to read this wonderful story. I often thought "the understanding angel" was really Jesus in disguise.
Now, I am a pastor, and I have the priviledge to share this story-- I only wish the story Disney told as "Small One" was still avialable in print, so I could share that story with the children as as well.
This is a timeless classic and while I have no memories of Mr. Tazwell, the fact these stories were given to us by Mr. Tazwell, makes them even more special to me.