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Emma and Andrew are two sad little ghosts. They love Christmas, but Santa totally missed their house last year. Andrew assures his little sis that Santa will not miss their house again. Meanwhile, Santa has his own issues to deal with. Back at the Ghostly house, Andrew has a great idea. It’s time for the little Ghostlys to get to work! Oh no! It’s really starting to snow!Emma and Andrew are two sad little ghosts. They love Christmas, but Santa totally missed their house last year. Andrew assures his little sis that Santa will not miss their house again. Meanwhile, Santa has his own issues to deal with. Back at the Ghostly house, Andrew has a great idea. It’s time for the little Ghostlys to get to work! Oh no! It’s really starting to snow! Will Santa break their little ghostly hearts again? Look for a surprise guest to come to the rescue. Brilliantly illustrated by Ed Luterio this Christmas book is sure to delight your little ones with a spooky side. With colorful holiday images and rhyming prose that sings off the page, your children will want you to read this delightfully different Christmas story over and over again! Extras Inside: Make Emma's hot cocoa and learn how to make sparkly spiders for your tree. Don't forget to make your Christmas list for Santa!...

Title : A Mostly Ghostly Christmas
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ISBN : 978098530823
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 32 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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A Mostly Ghostly Christmas Reviews

  • Barbara Ann
    2019-04-14 21:56

    This short tale combines two holiday traditions, Halloween and Christmas. Two young ghost siblings named Emma and Andrew are upset that Santa failed to visit them with Christmas gifts last year. They are decorating their haunted house for Christmas and writing their Christmas lists in the hope that Santa won't ignore them this year. But the weather is bad, the GPS is out and Rudoph is on strike. Jack the Elf has a solution; he will enlist Clara, the Christmas witch, to use her high speed broom to deliver the presents. Will he convince Santa to make the trip and avoid disappointing our ghostly friends?This book does tell an innovative Christmas story. The verse is fairly simple, though the story line is a bit far-fetched. Luterio does an excellent job with the illustrations by creating charming facial expressions and large, brightly colored images. Young children will enjoy simply thumbing through the pictures to visualize the story.

  • Ashley Irby
    2019-04-05 14:57

    I won this book through First Reads. Very cool book - connecting Halloween and Christmas. My son loved it & insists that we read it every day up until Christmas. (: Can't wait to read more from this author!

  • Alexis
    2019-04-22 19:17

    Cute story. My grandchildren enjoyed it also.

  • Donna
    2019-04-01 20:18