What I learned from reading The Birds’ Christmas Carol by Kate Douglass Wiggin

The Birds’ Christmas Carol
By Kate Douglass Wiggin

The penultimate book on the Christmas Collection I am reading is The Birds’ Christmas Carol by Kate Douglass, and it was really nice to read  another Christmas Story after reading the Wind in the Willows which I think it has nothing to with Christmas. 

This story is a very short one, and it is a very cute one that I really enjoyed reading, because it was simple,  the vocabulary was easy, the narrative was simple and easy to follow, so this was a very nice book to read, although I gotta say that I didn’t love it, but it was entertaining to read. 

But what did I learn from it? 

Well, I learned that sometimes, some people are just here for a purpose, and even tho not all of us might have a purpose, some people do and it is not until they accomplish that purpose that they can move on to the afterlife. 

Since this book left me reflecting on that, because it tells the story of a little girl called Carol Bird, who was born on a Christmas Day, and whose purpose was to bring her wealthy family with their poor neighbors together . 

So this book brings a beautiful message and although it is a little sad, it was fun to read, I would have liked it to be longer and probably have an epilogue or something that could tell more of what happened after, but it was nice anyways because as I already said the message it brings is that everyone has a purpose in this life that has to complete before we die. 

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