Happy’s Christmas Gift by Geoff Parker Sr. and Illustrated by Lisa Fox
From The Book:
“Oh no! Happy is in trouble again! Having gone out to post his Christmas letter to Santa, he suddenly finds himself on an unexpected journey.
Although Happy is cold and scared at first, his adventure takes a turn and delivers him to magical lands where he discovers that dreams really can come true. Can Happy save the day? And more importantly, will he get home in time for Christmas?
An adorable character and wonderful, traditional Christmas story brought to life by beautiful illustrations. A treasure of a book that will stand the test of time and will surely be a favourite read for all generations.
This book tells the story using both English and Spanish text, with key words highlighted in both languages to assist teaching young readers a basic vocabulary in a second language.”
My Thoughts on the Book:
Happy’s Christmas Gift is a beautifully written and illustrated story of an adorable and brave Yorkie who goes on an adventure to the North Pole when he accidentally ends up in a bag full of letters to Santa. This delightful story is sure to be a Christmas classic in your home. The pictures are beautiful, bright, and cheerful which engages children as much as the captivating story does. I especially love how in the English/Spanish book each page has the story in both languages including several key words in bold writing so children can learn the word in each language. My children loved this book and have asked me to read it with them several times. It’s adorable. We are all really looking forward to the next book that is coming out in the Happy Series- Happy As A Fox!
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Disclosure: I was not compensated for performing this review. I received a free book to try read and review. The opinions and statements expressed by me in this post are my own personal and honest opinion of this book.