Item description for El Pequeno Pino: Un Cuento Navideno (Spanish Edition) by James H. Naile & Nancy Glon...
A lowly little fir tree feels shabby and unwanted at Christmastime. Watch what happens when his animal friends step in and cheer him up. Both children and adults will enjoy this classic tale emphasizing the value of every individual. Beautifully illustrated by Nancy Glon. Nos cuenta de un peque?os pino cuyo valor propio ha sido destrozado y es restorado por sus amigos animales de la selva. El cuento es mas vivo gracias a los hermosos dibujos interpretivos de Nancy Glon. El mensaje se aplica a todas endades.
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Studio: Evangel Author Services
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.02" Width: 6.06" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.31 lbs.
Release Date Jul 30, 1998
Publisher Evangel Author Services
ISBN 1933858044 ISBN13 9781933858043
Availability 0 units.
More About James H. Naile & Nancy Glon
A true Hoosier - born at Trafalgar, raised in St. Paul - Jim Naile discovered the magic of reading and writing early and decided he wanted to express himself in words. First efforts involved the June-moon-croon style of doggerel, but after reading some of Horatio Alger's books, the Tom Swift and the Hardy boys series, which were more adventurous, he thought they were more to his liking. In school, essays were fun and challenging. Another pleasure on a cold winter's day was to take a dictionary to bed with him to look at all those thousands of words just waiting to be learned and used. As a young man all this had to be put aside when he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps and spent the next several months of his life in the South Pacific war zone. In New Zealand he met his wife to be, returning there to marry her in 1946 an bringing her to the States. In 1950 they returned to her native land, and while he was working for the N.Z. government he started his column Stray Tackles by Tack, which later became the vehicle by the same name that continues to run weekly in the Goshen News. He is the father of four daughters, and grandparent to three grandsons and five granddaughters, including twins to whom this book is dedicated.
James H. Naile currently resides in the state of Indiana.