December 15, 2013

[Book Review] Clifford's Christmas by Norman Bridwell



Join the big, red dog as he and Emily Elizabeth celebrate the season together. Clifford loves making snowmen, playing ice hockey, and helping out with the tree. But on Christmas Eve, when Santa accidentally drops his bag of toys into Clifford's water bowl, the dog's good heart and Santa's magic make it the best Christmas ever!



In Clifford's Christmas, Emily Elizabeth and her big red dog are eagerly awaiting the holiday. After the Christmas season starts with Santa's appearance at the end of the Thanksgiving Day parade, Clifford partakes in all the ideal December indulgences mentioned in the blurb. Then, on Christmas Eve, he meets Santa Claus. ...which is also mentioned in the blurb. The blurb is pretty much the whole book, actually, minus the pictures.

Basically, Clifford's Christmas is a cute, short (only ~32 pages), Christmas-themed Clifford story that young children should enjoy, assuming they celebrate Christmas. It should make a great holiday read (or gift!) for toddlers.



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