Christmas is just around the corner!
Pick up this wonderful tale right now to share in the holidays!
 
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Title: One Special Christmas
Author: M. Christina Butler 
Illustrator: Tina Macnaughton
Publisher: Tiger Tales Books
Ages: 2 to 7
ISBN: 9781589251458

Review:

What could Santa do if he suddenly got sick with a flu? Perhaps he could ask a friendly hedgehog for help.

On Christmas eve Little Hedgehog was busy whipping up a cake when a something went bump! Santa is sick and leaves a note asking for his help. Little hedgehog puts on his favorite red hat and hops into the sleigh with gifts that Santa left behind for special delivery.

What as that? Cried Rabbit,
as the sled sped past.
It's Little Hedgehog! Yelled Fox.
He's going much to fast!

One big bump was all it took to send Little Hedgehop crashing into the snow, scattering presents to and fro. With the help of his friends he stuffed the presents into his hat and off they to deliver gifts. Little did Santa's little helpers know the hat was unraveling and presents were scattering into the snow. Will Little Hedgehop and his friends ever get the gifts delivered on time for Christmas?



This little gem of a story is great for anytime of the year. Colorful and energetic pictures make for a delightful read. Easy to learn and read sentences make learning new words a breeze. The very cool touch and feel hat truly brings the story to life.

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