The Twelve Reviews of Christmas 2017: Day 8 Redux

2011: The Secret Keeper, by Anna Grossnickle Hines
2012: Dragon’s Merry Christmas, by Dav Pilkey
2013: Can You See What I See? The Night Before Christmas: Picture Puzzles to Search and Solve, by Walter Wick
2014: The Very Fairy Princess: A Fairy Merry Christmas and Sparkles in the Snow, by Julie Andrews and Emma Walton Hamilton
2015: Carl’s Christmas, by Alexandra Day
2016: Wombat Divine, by Mem Fox, illustrated by Kerry Argent

Once again, I’m torn about these books. I truly love both The Secret Keeper and Wombat Divine! The Secret Keeper shares a little boy’s disappointment about being left out of the secrets at Christmastime and shows how his grandma helped him with his own secrets so he could feel included. Wombat Divine is just a great story about finding where you fit and having the love and support of friends (in this case, a wombat finding just the right role in a nativity play). Either one is a great read!

Wombat Divine


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