Saturday, December 8, 2012

Tour: Kirby Puckernut and the Christmas Surprise by Alicia Richardson

Kirby Puckernut is Santa’s cleverest little elf. While dreaming up marvelous toys for good girls and boys, Kirby has his best idea yet – a real elf in every home, all through the holidays, spreading Christmas Magic! Santa finds the perfect family and allows Kirby to serve as the test elf for the first momentous visit. Fun and adventure are at every turn, but not everything goes as planned…
Will Kirby’s idea be a success?

This is a beautiful, large book that is only thirty-eight pages.  It's oversized, which makes it a must for reading with your children or showing the gorgeous illustrations while reading to a group.  

The elves are busy making toys and coming up with new ideas and Kirby has just the thing! Elves should go stay with the children over Christmas to spread their magic and Christmas cheer.  Kirby gets to try it first, to make sure it will work and that is where the fun comes in.  

Large print, vibrant and detailed illustrations and a story with many messages, Kirby Puckernut and the Christmas Surprise is a wonderful addition to your holiday library.  

This magical story came about when Santa sent one of his elves, Kirby Puckernut, to live in our home at Christmastime. Kirby was creative, very fun and persistent. It wasn’t enough for him to simply observe our family and help deliver my children’s gifts – he wanted to get to know them. Our family has enjoyed the magical days of Kirby’s visits year after year. Come share in our tradition – invite Kirby and the Els Mere elves into your home this Christmas season! 

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*I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

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