Together, they all share a wonderful Christmas filled with presents, laughter and fun. The little alien gets up to all her usual hijinx with the children - this time involving Christmas lights, carrots, tinsel and snowballs. This will be a Christmas that the children will never forget as they share the festivities and teach Xalien about this magical time of year. This is the author’s description of her book.
I read this book to two seven year old kids, a boy and a girl; and a two year old girl that was thoroughly entranced. They loved the story and the illustrations. The story took about 10 minutes to read aloud and was enjoyed by the kids and adults. This is an excellent book to add as a holiday tradition for all families.
The illustrations by Charlotte are wonderful as usual, she has a marvelous talent for conveying the message of the written text. I think the Christmas themed decorations on the pages of prose were quite delightful.
I rate this book 4.9 of 5 stars. I found two words missing from the text.
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An avid reader, typobuster, and the Hyper-Speller. I am a husband, father, and grandfather.
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