Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Christmas Picture Book Review (2)

Christmas books are some of my favorite picture books. I bought several news ones this year fort he library. These posts are mix of books purchased and books sent for review. The books that I really love I've marked as making a wonderful gift.

There's an Elf in Your Book
There's an Elf In Your Book
This is an interactive story that's part of a series. It's about a mischievous elf who gets himself into trouble and contains some mild bathroom humor.
* Makes a great Gift

Home Alone 2: Lost in New York: The Classic Illustrated Storybook
Lost in New York
Kevin's alone and lost in New York City. Luckily he has his father's credit card to help him through this difficult time. His adventure comes to a stop when he spies the robbers from last Christmas plotting to rob a toy store. Perfect for fans of the movie and introducing this tale to a new generation.
* Makes a great Gift
**F and G sent for Review

The Great Santa Stakeout
Great Santa Stakeout
Santa has a number 1 fan in Freddy. What Freddy wants more than anything in the world is a selfie with Santa. And he knows just how to make it happen. He's created the perfect trap for Santa. A fun STEAM book that showcases problem solving and lots of fun. This book also contains great illustrations.
* Makes a great Gift

The Night Before the Night Before Christmas
The Night Before the Night Before Christmas
It's December 23rd and things are not going according to plan - at all. But this funny story shares the meaning of Christmas in a nod to the classic Night Before Christmas tale.

When Grandma Saved Christmas
When a family travels to Grandma's house for Christmas, the little ones are scared that Santa won't know how to get there. The whole family provides the right tools to make sure Santa will find them, but it's Grandma who saves the day with her cleverness. A fun book with charming illustrations that's perfect for anyone have little ones with the same fears.

Click, Clack, Ho! Ho! Ho!
Click Clack Ho Ho Ho
The Christmas addition of this fun series has the farm in trouble thanks to mischief from the animals. Everyone's stuck and it will take a Christmas miracle to fix this. Great illustrations accompany this funny book.

Dear Santa: Let Me Explain...
Dear Santa
When Parker's class writes their letters to Santa, everyone's talking about how good they've been. Parker's had some not so great moments this year and he explains honestly. I loved the Brussel sprout moment. This book had great illustrations to accompany the funny story with a message about how no one is perfect.

1 comment:

Brooke Lorren said...

I bet Click, Clack, Ho Ho Ho is really cute! I know of way more Christmas picture books than novels.