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Bring a Charlie Brown Christmas Tree Home
This Christmas Tree Justs Needs a Little Love
One of my favorite scenes in A Charlie Brown Christmas is watching what happens when Charlie Brown picks out the scrawny, pathetic Christmas tree that no one else wanted and takes it home to his friends.
I think it is very interesting that over the years, Charlie Brown's pathetic Christmas tree has become a symbol of the Christmas Spirit and of the true meaning of Christmas.
I was so happy to discover several years ago that these scrawny Christmas trees are available for purchase. I got one for our family to teach my daughters about the importance of giving a little love at Christmas. This scrawny tree has gone on to become one of the best selling Christmas trees on Amazon. Not bad for a little tree.
The Charlie Brown Tree is available in different versions through Amazon and eBay or you can make your own Charlie Brown Tree from a scraggly tree with a blue blanket and a red ornament.
It's not a bad little tree, really.
It just needs a little love.— Linus
Linus with the Christmas Tree
One of the Top Selling Christmas Trees on Amazon
Who would have thought that this scrawny little tree would be so popular.
This version comes with a tree, red ornament and a small Linus blanket.
Measures 18 inches tall.
Charlie Brown's pathetic Christmas tree has become
a symbol of the true meaning of Christmas.— Comfortdoc
Another Charlie Brown Tree
A Tree gives the Meaning of Christmas
Several years ago now, year I got the Charlie Brown Tree and a large Linus blanket (no longer available) as a special present for my daughters.
I made sure they'd watched the Charlie Brown Christmas before they opened up the two gifts.
My girls immediately took to the tree and carefully wrapped it up in the Linus Blanket, giving it a lot of love.
In the off season, the Linus Blanket has gone on to become our main T.V. couch blanket, the one that everyone curls up under.
It is still one of the trees that gets set up every Christmas, with lots of love.
Charlie Brown Finding a Christmas Tree - Video
Charlie Brown Christmas on Blu-ray
You can own your own Blu Ray version of a Charlie Brown Christmas to watch whenever you want to watch it.
Help Charlie Brown and Linus Pick a Tree
Charlie Brown Christmas Tree
Scene from A Charlie Brown Christmas with the Christmas tree.
This Tree Needs You
Choose Your Own Charlie Brown Tree to Love
Musical Charlie Brown Tree
This tree also plays music, the "Linus & Lucy" theme song. (This is not the Christmas Time is Here song).
Comes with one red ornament. Add a blanket to complete the look.
Measures 24 inches
Play Charlie Brown Christmas Music at Christmas
Christmas isn't Christmas at our house until we hear the Charlie Brown song, "Christmas time is here..."
Christmas time is here,
happiness and cheer,
fun for all that children
call their favorite time of year.
Sleigh bells in the air;
beauty every where;
yuletide by the fireside
and joyful memories there.
A Charlie Brown Christmas CD
The music from from Vince Guaraldi Trio that has become a holiday staple.
Purchase the CD on Amazon and download a free MP3 version.
Charlie Brown, Snoopy and Tree Music Box
A happier Charlie Brown is seen here decorating the tree with his best pet friend, Snoopy.
The music box plays ''O Christmas Tree'' while the scene revolves. A beautiful gift for the Christmas season.
Measures 4 in x 4 in x 6.5 in (height).
Charlie Brown Tree - an Iconic Classic
Apparently, I am not the only person who enamored by Charlie Brown's Tree.
This scrawny tree that only Charlie Brown wanted to love has become a "must have" item at homes, dorms and even office settings.
Other people strive to find a "Charlie Brown Tree" the saddest or scrawniest tree for a variety of reasons.
I see the tree as a way of showing demonstrating love and caring at Christmas.
Charlie Brown's pathetic Christmas tree has become a symbol of the true meaning of Christmas.
Amy Graff, the Mommy Files blogger for the SFGate challenged everyone to share a photo of their pitiful tree with a lot of heart as part of an online gallery.
Charlie Brown Christmas Tree Contest
- Charlie Brown Christmas trees: Good grief! - The Mommy Files
Does your Christmas tree make you want to say “Good grief”? Upload photographs of your puny, pathetic trees into our photo gallery, and we’ll share the images on Christmas Day.
Charlie Brown Talking to Linus in the Snow
Linus, I just don't understand Christmas.
Instead of feeling happy,
I feel sort of let down.— Charlie Brown
Linus Explains Christmas
Linus's Monologue about What Christmas is all about another one of my favorite scenes answering Charlie Brown's question, "Isn't there anyone who knows what Christmas is all about?"
Charlie Brown Christmas Book
Share the holiday classic in a deluxe hardcover book form.
This cloth bound deluxe collector’s edition is faithful to the original television special that airs every Christmas season, perfect for fans young and old.
Charlie Brown Christmas Books on Amazon
A cute stocking-stuffer version of the Charlie Brown Christmas.
This pocket-sized miniature press book measures 2.8 by 3.2 inches
Accessorize Your Charlie Brown Christmas Tree
More Charlie Brown-Like Trees on Amazon
Add the extras with a blue linus blanket or scarf and a red Christmas ornament.
Linus Scarf in the Amazon Spotlight
The updated version of a Linus blanket, the Linus scarf.
You can keep a Linus blanket with you and no one will know.
Red Christmas Ornaments on Amazon
Articles about a Charlie Brown Christmas
- The Lonely Tree: The Story of A Charlie Brown Christmas
Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and Woodstock each did their stint as a lonely Mexican cowboy, it seems. These and other things you didn't know about A Charlie Brown Christmas.
- The Christmas classic that almost wasn't
When CBS bigwigs saw a rough cut of A Charlie Brown Christmas in November 1965, they hated it. They said it was slow, executive producer Lee Mendelson remembers with a laugh. There were concerns that the show was almost defiantly different.
- Designer heeds nature's lessons
Landscape designer Judy Savage is subtly turning over a love of growing things to her children and grandchildren. Every Thanksgiving, she gives everyone a prepacked amaryllis kit with instructions to bring the plant back on Christmas Day for a compet
Charlie Brown Christmas Tree for Department 56
A cute addition to a Charlie Brown Christmas village.
Are you ready to adopt a Charlie Brown Tree for your own home and give it a little love?
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