Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Sharing a Few Cute Christmas Books

Georgie the Gingerbread Fairy


Written by Tim Bugbird and illustrated by Lara Ede

Georgie the Gingerbread Fairy is a sweet rhyming book with bright, colorful pictures.

The story is about a little fairy who bakes gingerbread and all the fairies love her shop.

But, then a new, sparkly, glittery store opens next door and takes all of the Georgie's business.
Georgie decides to close her store because "gingerbread was so last year and out of style"

Soon, the town started to smell.
The new store had a plastic, unappealing smell that wafted through the air.

This prompted Georgie to come up with a new plan...
a wonderful smelling aroma spray of what else?

Gingerbread.

Now both stores are able to coexist and all the fairy residents are happy at last,
with their sparkly, glitter goods and a fresh smelly gingerbread town.


What Santa Can't Do



Written by Douglas Wood and illustrated by Doug Cushman
New York Times bestselling team of the books
What Grandmas Can't Do, What Moms Can't Do, and What Dads Can't Do.

Sure, Santa can do a lot of things, but
What Santa Can't Do 
gives a new spin to all that Santa cannot do.

There are lots of things that Santa can do, like find every house in every country, 
but he can't find his own pipe or slippers.

He can remember everyone on his list,
but he can't remember the grocery store list that Mrs. Claus wrote for him.

He can't shave, because no one would know who he was.

He can't touch his toes.

He can't wear shorts and a t shirt or even sandals.

He can't snicker, or giggle, or even chuckle...he can only "ho ho ho!"

There are lots of things Santa can't do....but in a lot of ways
he's just like you and me.

He can't wait until Christmas!!


The Great Christmas Crisis


Written by Kim Norman and illustrated by Jannie Ho.

The Great Christmas Crisis 

is a wonderful reminder to make sure you save a little cheer for yourselves this year.
Sometimes, we get so busy spreading the cheer and good things to everyone that we tend to forget about ourselves.

This book serves as a reminder to save some cheer for you and take a little time to relax and enjoy the holiday season as well.




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