LITTLE CHRISTMAS TREE, by Jessica Courtney-Tickle, Big Picture Press/Candlewick Press


38245369

 

One white and snowy night, a little Christmas tree stands alone in the forest. Everything is white and lifeless. As the night goes on, there are signs of life: an orange fox, a red-breasted robin, a cloud of fireflies. By the end of the book, the little Christmas tree is transformed by nature. Another glorious lift-the-flap exploration of nature in the same series as Little Tree and Little Honeybee.

Out October 2018

MY THOUGHTS:

I received this book in exchange for my honest review.

What a beautiful little board book with flaps to be lifted up so to reveal secret parts of the story.  Beautiful winter scene with silver inlay adorns the front cover.  This book has full two page winter scenes with short sentences and lovely extras laying out an adorable story. The silver inlay is carried throughout the book with ice on trees and snowflakes that fall.

This book would make a lovely gift and something mommy and little one would enjoy reading together.

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