Tuesday, December 8, 2015

How To Catch Santa by Jean Reagan / Book Review

By: Jean Reagan
Illustrated by: Lee Wildish
Published by: Random House Children's Books
Released on: October 20th, 2015
Series: "How To" series 
Ages: 4-8
Pages: 32
Purchase from: Penguin Random HouseAmazon | Barnes&Noble
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Rating: 4/5 owlets
* I received a copy of this book to review in exchange for my honest review

From the creators of the New York Times bestsellers How to Babysit a Grandpa and How to Babysit a Grandmacomes an equally charming and hilarious holiday offering!
After waiting for days and days and days, it’s finally Christmas Eve. And that’s when you can try to catch Santa. . . .

From Jean Reagan and Lee Wildish, creators of the bestselling HOW TO... series, comes a delightful new offering, written again in a hilarious instructional style. Two sibling narrators give clever tips for “catching” Santa (be crafty! be clever! be gentle!) on Christmas Eve. Filled with humor and holiday warmth, this is a jolly read-aloud for the whole family to enjoy!

Have you ever wondered what you could do to catch Santa Claus on Christmas Eve? Author Jean Reagan and Illustrator Lee Wildish provide the best 'how to' in trying to catch the Jolly Ole Man. With questions, ideas and lists on all the ways you can try and catch Santa, young readers will enjoy reading about the two siblings as they try to catch Santa. As we all know, it's no easy feat staying up all night to try and sneak a peak at him, let alone capture him. 

With it's bright and cheerful illustrations, this fun 'how to' story is one readers of all ages will get a laugh reading. How To Catch Santa is a fun filled holiday book on all the ways kids can try and catch the man who brings joy and wonder to kids young and old. This was a good, fun read, and one we'd recommend picking up. It's a great read for all those who believe in the magic and fun of the Christmas season. 

I would be most content if my children grew up to be the kind of people who think decorating consists mostly of building enough bookshelves. ~ Anna Quindlen

Good children's literature appeals not only to
the child in the adult, but to the adult in the child.
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