Christmas Tree in the White HouseAuthor:
Publisher: Holt & Company, Henry
Summary: A ardent conservationist, President Theodore Roosevelt wouldn't allow a Christmas tree in the White House because he felt that it was wrong to cut down a healthy pine tree. When he finds that his sons have sneaked a small tree into their bedroom, he sends them to see the Chief Forester, who explains how cutting down some small trees allows larger ones to grow. Full-color illustrations.
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