First the reindeer rebelled--now it's the elves' turn! This fun follow-up to The Great Reindeer Rebellion is as over-the-top entertaining as its forerunner.
'Tis the month before Christmas, and things aren't great. The elves are complaining, “We're all running late!” The candy-cane twister needs major repairs; there's not enough cotton to stuff the toy bears. The North Pole's in trouble: Santa MUST find out why.
Told in fun rhyme and featuring embossed, spot-glossed pages, this holiday-bright book takes kids on an undercover mission with Santa himself--and gives them an inside peek at what REALLY goes on in the elves' workshop.
This book is adorable. It is cute and fun and it was a slam dunk hit with my three children. It was fun to read and the author does a superb job of telling the story in an easy to read rhyme. The pictures are great too and are bright and cheerful. The elves are entertaining as they stress about the upcoming big day and my children delighted at the inside peek into Santa's workshop. Of course all turns out well and everyone is reminded of the magic of the season in the end. The Great Christmas Crisis is a current favorite in our home as I know it will be for years to come. Have some fun with this one and pick your copy up today on Amazon...
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