About the Book
For young children, a lift-the-flap look at what makes Christmas special. From Santa to a Christmas tree, this is a sure hit for little ones as they guess “What Am I?” and lift the flap to find out!
About the Author
Anne Margaret Lewis is an award-winning and bestselling author ofmore than ten children’s books. She enjoys working with fun fictional characters and carefully weaving important lessons into her stories. A graduate of the University of Michigan, she lives with her husband and four children in northern Michigan.
Tom Mills has over twenty-five years background in art direction, graphic design, and marketing and branding. An award-winning cartoon animator and illustrator, Tom has taught college classes in graphic design and creative thinking, and has been teaching cartoon animation to children for more than fifteen years. He lives in Traverse City, Michigan with his wife.
My Take on the Book
If you have a young child in your family who you read to and loves books that are interactive,you will want to purchase a copy of this book. Each page has a simple rhyme that describes a holiday or Christmas item ( angel, tree, Santa, reindeer, elf, snowman, etc.) You read the rhyme or characteristics to the child and allow the child to guess what he or she thinks it is. Then the child lifts the flap on the next page to disclose the answer to the rhyme. The illustrator Tom Mills drew colorful drawings which will capture any young child’s attention. I know you will enjoy this book as much as I did. It would make a great Christmas present.
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