A Tree for Peter

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Viking Press, 1941 - Christmas - 102 pages
62 Reviews
When Peter, a fatherless lame boy living in Shantytown, meets Peter King, a mysterious, wandering stranger, his lonely life becomes filled with hope, friendship, and even miracles.

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Lovely story and pictures. - Goodreads
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THe illustrations are exquisite. - Goodreads
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The illustrations are beautiful. - Goodreads
The illustrations are just as wonderful as the book. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Susannahcox - Goodreads

This was a lovely story, very sweet and uplifting. The illustrations are beautiful. Small Peter is a crippled child living in a dump, and his mother must leave him alone during the week as she works ... Read full review

Review: A Tree for Peter

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One of my all-time favorite books! A very Christian theme with an adorable character make for a heartwarming tale of one boy's influence. Little Peter helps those around him rise from squalor and depression to living a life of achievement while gaining pride in themselves and their work. Read full review

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