Thursday, December 17, 2015

Sofia The First: SOFIA'S FIRST CHRISTMAS / Book Review

Written by: Laurie Israel and Rachel Ruderman
Illustrated by: Grace Lee
Published by: Disney Press
Released on: September 15th, 2015
Series: A Disney Junior Classics Tale
Ages: 3 & up 
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Rating: 5 Owlets - We Loved It
* I received a copy of this book to review, in exchange for my honest review

Sofia loves the holiday season of Wassailia, but this year, she gets to celebrate Christmas for the first time ever! She can't wait to visit her good friend, Vivian, see a foreign kingdom, and experience all of the wonderful traditions of Christmas. But during her visit, two friendly sprites ask Sofia to help them find their lost friend. Can Sofia help? This beautiful storybook with full-color illustrations will be a treasured collectible and gift for any Disney Junior fan!

Celebrate the Christmas holiday with Sofia and friends! Filled with Christmas Eve cheer and plenty of adventure, Sofia's First Christmas is sure to be a hit with fans of Sofia, and Disney Jr.

This year Sofia is celebrating her first Christmas ever, with her friend Vivian. The stockings are hung, the tree is decorated, and snow is on the ground. While the friends are building a snowman, they discover Sofia's friends the wee sprites. With Christmas Eve festivities soon to take place, the girls help the wee sprites find their missing friend Brody. During their search for Brody, they encounter a few woodland animals celebrating in the fun of the holiday spirit. Before long Brody arrives, and just in time for the girls to take one last sleigh ride back to the castle in time for their Christmas Eve celebrations. 

With adorable illustrations, and plenty of Christmas cheer, Sofia's First Christmas will make the perfect gift for any young reader.

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