Fulton Books author Jennifer Schairer, an elementary school teacher and avid reader, has completed her most recent book "The Christmas Owl": a sweet and charming take on the real-life story of an owl that was found in the 2020 Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree.
"Joy, a curious little owl, became a stowaway within the branches of the Rockefeller Christmas Tree," says author Jennifer Schairer. "She was on a mission to learn the magic of the Christmas tree. What Joy did not realize was that the discovery of her within the branches of the tree was a Christmas gift for all.
Published by Fulton Books, Jennifer Schairer's book follows Joy, a tiny owl who wonders what Christmas is all about. When the tree she lives in, Grandpa Pine, is chosen to be the Rockefeller Christmas Tree, she stows away and hitches a ride to New York City. Once there, she realizes the elation Grandpa Pine brings to people of all ages; that was the true meaning of the holidays.
But when Joy is discovered inside the tree, something amazing happens. Will this little owl's appearance be able to bring happiness to people at a time when they needed it most? Can one tiny creature have such an impact? "The Christmas Owl" gleefully teaches young readers about the magic of the holidays.
Readers who wish to experience this delightful work can purchase "The Christmas Owl" online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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Original Source: Jennifer Schairer's New Book 'The Christmas Owl' is an Adorable Tale About the Magic of Christmas From the Point of View of an Owl Rescued From the Rockefeller Tree