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Richard Scarry's Best Christmas Book Ever

With a title like Best Christmas Book Ever, Richard Scarry’s Best Christmas Book Ever has some big shoes to fill. This book is actually a series of stories all about holiday cheer using some of his most popular characters including Huckle Cat and Lowly Worm. It is a longer book, but you can easily read a story or two a night. The kids loved the stories, and they were easy enough for Madison to read. The illustrations often made them laugh (they often made me laugh too). You can also find songs, games, a list of Christmas words, and instructions for making the best gift which is what make this the Best Christmas Book Ever!

Richard Scarry’s Best Christmas Book Ever is definitely a book you want to get your little ones for Christmas this year!

3 thoughts on “Richard Scarry's Best Christmas Book Ever”

  1. Well i believe this would be a perfect gift fr my little kid at this Christmas. He love these sort of stories. Thanks for sharing it, specially at the time when Christmas is going to arrive. 😉

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