The Littlest Angel



The Littlest Angel Features A Homesick Four Year Old Boy, Who Only Recently Came To Heaven And Now Finds Himself Out Of Sorts In The Heavenly Realm Here, Young Readers Can Discover The Precious Gift The Little Angel Offers To The Christ Child And Learn The Importance Of Sharing What They Have With Others It Is Suitable For Parents And Youngsters Alike.

10 thoughts on “The Littlest Angel

  1. says:

    This is my single most favorite story for Christmastime I just now realized I have a 1947 copy published by Ideals Publishing Corporation The story is very vivid and detailed The sentiments are so universal to anyone who, at any age, pondered why anyone would look forward to Heaven when it sounded so dull and Earth was so muchinteresting Clearly, the lesson about the gift of the Littlest Angel is also timeless.I just read it tonight to my son and it occurs to me that this book is a c This is my single most favorite story for Christmastime I just now realized I have a 1947 copy published by Ideals Publishing Corporation The story is very vivid ...

  2. says:

    This is a book that is a family tradition started many, many years ago My mom bought it one Christmas when I was a teenager, and since then has purchased it for each of my siblings and their families I loved the story as a youth and still to this day feel the same about it So, not only was it a tradition when I was a teenager and still living at home with my parents, but it has carried on to be a tradition to read Christmas Eve with my husband and daughters.We love it and no Christmas Eve is This is a book that is a family tradition started many, many years ago My mom bought it one Christmas when I was a teenage...

  3. says:

    The story was all at once too old for young children and too young for adults There was something about the illustrations I didn t particularly care for, but it s hard for me to put my finger on what T...

  4. says:

    When I was a child, I loved this book It s always been a favorite of my mother and grandmother In fact, my grandmother just gave my daughter her copy of the book, which had been given to her by my late aunt So I wanted to like this book when I read it to my daughter today HoweverThe theology of this book could not beflawed It perpetuates the old folk theology of angels being human beings who died and went to heaven, and idea completely at odds with the Biblical picture of angels F When I was a child, I loved this book It s always been a favorite of my mother and grandmother In fact, my grandmother just gave my daughter her copy of the book, which had been given to her by my late aunt So I wanted to like this book when I read it to my daughter today HoweverThe theology of this book could not beflawed It perpetuates the old folk theology of angels being human beings who died and went to heaven, and idea completely at odds with the Biblical picture of angels Further, it perpetuates all of the common cliches about Heaven golden streets, a gatekeeper presumably St Peter who writes the names of new angels in a big book, angels playing harps, etc., etc Then there s the whole plot of the Littlest Angel being so unpopular in Heaven all of the other angels look down on him, he s a nuisance, and he s completely afraid of God s wrath for the blasphemy of his gift So apparently, according to Tazewell s theology, all of the fears, jealousies,...

  5. says:

    This is an adorable Christmas story about a little child angel who is always getting into trouble, but who gives what he prizes most in the world to the Christ child He is then ebarassed to have given something tha...

  6. says:

    I love this story I was, however, not a fan of the illustrations They just didn t seem to fit my imagination s view of the tale although others will probably feel differently Still, this is a beautiful tale not to be missed

  7. says:

    Beautiful and charming I can see why it s a classic

  8. says:

    My favorite Christmas story since I was a tiny girl T Christmas.

  9. says:

    Beautiful book about a sad little angel He s too young and bored with Heaven Gets his box from Earth and is happy Jesus to be born, everyone giving gifts Angel gives contents of his box God is pleased, likes it best b c the things are from Earth, which is where his son is to be born ...

  10. says:

    In some circles, this book is regarded as a Christmas Classic From where I sit, however, George Bailey s nemesis Mr Potter would have been right to lump this story with the motivations for the Bailey Building and Loan as sentimental hogwash Tazewell has good things to say about gift giving, and few children are likely to be offended by an angel who seems so much like one of them, but therein lies one big problem with the book it pushes the unfortunate and unscriptural idea that angels are o In some circles, this book is regarded as a Christmas Classic From where I sit, however, George Bailey s nemesis Mr Potter would have been right to lump this story with the motivations for the Bailey Building and Loan as sentimental hogwash Tazewell has good things to say about gift giving, and few children are likely to be offended by an angel who seems so much like one of them, but therein lies one big problem with the book it p...

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