To wrap up my holiday books roundup today, I’ve got four more delightful titles to share with you. I hope you’ll check them out. Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas!
P.I. Penguin and the Case of the Christmas Lights
by Bec J Smith. Illustrated by Adit Galih
For ages 5-8
This holiday, P.I. Penguin wants to create a very special Christmas lights display.
Even with his string of bulbs, his lonely home looks stark. But after a tour through the decorations of his native animal friends, and the help of a visiting lyrebird, P.I. Penguin discovers the season’s secret answer to his question, “What makes Christmas lights special?”
Delight your children with this beautiful, fully-illustrated bedtime story. P.I. Penguin and the Case of the Christmas Lights delivers a heartwarming message about the importance of sharing the holidays with the people you love. It includes Australian native animals and a special cameo from a Santa dressed for an Aussie summer.
As always, our P.I. Penguin books include dyslexia-friendly formatting for easy reading and are particularly suited to dyslexic readers young and old. This particular story is ideal for ages four to ten. Part of a series: P.I. Penguin.
The Perilous Present Predicament
by Adam Maxwel
For ages 7-12
Sometimes the lure of adventure is too hard to resist.Nina is a girl who just can’t stay out of trouble. When she finds herself transported to a magical market on a mysterious train she thinks she’ll be able to find Christmas presents for her best friends. But how wrong can she be?
With a villainous thief on the loose and no time to waste, Nina soon finds herself dodging danger in the most breathtaking ways. Can she catch the crook? And if she does, how will she stop him? With her life hanging in the balance and snow swirling around her head, this heart-pounding story will take readers on an adventurous ride!
If Santa Didn’t Have His Sleigh
by Gilberto Mariscal. Illustrated by Chuwy
For ages 0-8
Lucy and Mary love Christmas. However, something worries Lucy–if Santa did not have his sleigh, how would he bring his gifts to all the children of the world? Luckily, her mom knows the answer to that question, and she is going to tell them!
If Santa Didn’t Have His Sleigh aims to encourage creativity in children not only in story but also with its beautiful, modern illustrations. An early learning book suitable as a read- aloud for baby, toddler and preschool readers, or as a read-alone book for older children. Part of a series: Lucy’s World.
Teddy Bears and the Christmas Pirates
by Justin Sloan
For ages 7-12
The teddy bear pirates are trying to ruin Christmas and take over the human world. They’re taking all the new teddy bears from stockings and beneath trees, raising an army of these bears, and searching for a treasure that will give them immense power.
It’s up to Ari and his friends to find this treasure before the pirates do, rescue Christmas, and save the world. Part of a series: Teddy Defender.
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