Thursday, 5 December 2013

Little Robin's Christmas #Review

This evening the preparation for Christmas has been reading a book to all three children.
"Little Robin's Christmas" is a perfect book to read in the run up to Christmas, perhaps a little early here. If you get the chance to read it in the week before Christmas it would be the most perfect.

Aimed at children aged 3+, all three of the children were committed to the story and seeing how little Robin enjoyed Christmas/

"Little Robin's Christmas" is perfect for helping the children to understand Christmas, that it is about the giving and receiving of gifts, about helping those who aren't as fortunate, this book presents these messages in a way a child can understand and enjoy.
"Little Robin's Christmas" takes children through the lead up to Christmas, and to the decisions we make, how we share and help people, and how our actions (how much we sulk and hit our siblings) influence how we are our good behaviour is rewarded.

And of course it is in terms which make sense to our little ones, with their favourite animals and mummy's humour thrown in for good measure.

And Red Robin, so closely associated with Christmas, is adored.
This book is definitely a great addition to the lead up to Christmas.
It is perfect for messaging, in terms of helping others, and putting others first.
And our three little ones were drawn in and remained entralled through out.

This book will be making an appearance for many Christmases to come.
And as for this Christmas, I suspect it will be chosen frequently throughout Advent as our bedtime story.

Disclosure: We received a copy of "Little Robin's Christmas" for the purposes of this review. All views and opinions contained are our own.

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