A Royal Christmas to Remember
Five princesses are getting ready for Christmas. They had so many decorations that they told the King that they needed a new place to store it all. On Christmas Eve, the girls were so excited to open all their presents the next morning. But there were some bandits that came to attack the kingdom and the king had to go. The bandits were caught, but they had burned parts of the kingdom, and people did not have Christmas decorations or presents. The princesses loaded up their decorations and gifts and shared them throughout the kingdom. The princesses learned that the meaning of Christmas is sharing with others.
I liked A Royal Christmas to Remember because the princesses learned to share their decorations and gifts with the village. The illustrations are bright, colorful, and the princesses were very beautiful. I found this book hard to read on my own because there was a lot of writing and some big words that I didn’t know. I would recommend A Royal Christmas to Remember to kids who need to learn to share more. It teaches you to give to others.
|Author||Jeanna Young • Jacqueline Kinney Johnson • Omar Aranda, Illustrator|
|Page Count||32 pages|
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