(Book Review) The Sneezing Christmas Tree

Sneezing Christmas Tree

Sneezing Christmas Tree

Reviewed by: Connie Allen

Church: Common Ground, Six Lakes MI


Title: The Sneezing Christmas Tree

Author: Aaron Kerr

Illustrator: Becky Boone

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Publication Date: Christmas 2012

Format: ebook

Length: 50 pages


This story is about two children that learn about finding God’s purpose for their life through the love of a Christmas tree.  Just like pine trees are meant to be Christmas trees and look forward to fulfilling that purpose, God has given people a purpose too.

I read this book to my 6 year old granddaughter but she lost interest even though her name is the same as the Sneezing Christmas Tree.  I believe that she would prefer to have the picture book so she could follow along as opposed to reading an e-book off of a phone.

I think it’s worth picking this one up and taking a look because the message that the tree teaches the kids that God has a purpose for each of us is good and told in an engaging way.


Rating (1 to 5)

5 out of 5

Suggested Audience

This is for kids 5 and up, however, if they are not of reading age they may prefer the actual book over an ebook.

Christian Impact

Focuses on finding God’s purpose.

Connie Allen is a voracious reader and proud grandma of three.

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