Annotations for Mr. Willowby's Christmas Tree


Baker & Taylor
Mr. Willowby's Christmas tree is too tall, so he trims off the top and gives the top to the upstairs maid for her tree, and she finds it too tall, so she cuts off the top, which the gardener uses for his tree, but it is too tall.

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Baker & Taylor
The Christmas tree is too big to fit in Mr. Willowby's parlor, so he cuts off the top and passes it on to someone else, who does the same.

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Baker & Taylor
When he discovers that his beautiful Christmas tree is simply too big to fit in his parlor, Mr. Willowby decides to cut off the top, yet those around him wonder what will become of the removed piece and hope that it, too, will have a home for the holidays. Children's BOMC. 50,000 first printing.

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Random House, Inc.
Mr. Willowby's Christmas tree
Came by special delivery.
Full and fresh and glistening green--
The biggest tree he'd ever seen.


That was the trouble. The tree was so tall, it couldn't stand up straight in his parlor. Mr. Willowby asked his butler to chop off the top of the tree. What happens to the treetop? Where will it be for Christmas? Snuggle up with this story and follow along through a forest full of friendly creatures who get to share in a bit of Christmas joy.

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