Good read Never Ask A Christmas Elf is a fun and colourful festive story of a group of children who think they can beat an elf at a snowball fight.This is an interesting story that shows why you should not challenge an elf to a snowball fight and I find that at times it is a bit too detailed and long. I like how the story shows that the elves have worked at their skill as I think that is a great attitude for the children to see, especially as often these days children can be impatient and…
Don’t underestimate elven skills I’d just started to think about Christmas when ‘Never Ask a Christmas Elf’ floated up on my suggested reads. Now I feel totally Christmassy and keen to try out my snowballing skills. But not on elves. I’m going to take the excellent advice in this adorable book.Elves are Olympic standard snow-ballers. As the children who unwisely challenge them to a snowball fight discover. Living at the North Pole with Santa means these lively elves can practice all year. The children on the other…
A Funny Read Aloud Book for ages 3 to 6 yrs. Another delightful book from author and illustrator Melinda Kinsman and itâs wonderful.Everything about this gem has been well thought out. The children are all different nationalities. I love the little girl in the wheelchair. I love the speech bubbles and the illustrations and the activities at the back of the book. I did laugh out loud at one stage.I highly recommend this beautiful book as a Christmas gift this year.
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