A Tree for Peter
Viking Press, 1941 - Christmas - 102 pages
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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afraid asked Peter beautiful began big city big policeman castle Christmas clean and white coat cold dark dog-fashion dream end of day eyes face fingers friendly fire green hand happy head heard Hello hollyhocks inside iron fence junk KATE SEREDY king in disguise King Peter laddie laughed laughter lawn light little tree live loud magic merry tune nobody's houses old houses paint Pat's patch of grass Patrolman Peanut peeked Peter knew Peter Marsh Peter nodded Peter waited Peter's heart Peter's Landing Peter's mother Peter's tree Prince Peter rambling rose remembered river rocks rough boys rusty stove secret garden seeds shining shone shook shouted sighed silent slowly small Peter smell smiled spring stood summer Sunday feeling talk tall things Thomas Crandon tiny Tommy train tramp ugly voice waited walked wanted whispered whistling white house surrounded wind window-eyes winter words