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Arthur's Christmas by Marc Brown
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May 18, 2010

it was amazing
bookshelves: animal-books, marc-brown, summer-100-book-challenge-2010
Read in May, 2010

“Arthur’s Christmas” is another classic “Arthur” book from the brilliant mind of Marc Brown and it is about how Arthur tries to find the perfect present for Santa Claus. “Arthur’s Christmas” is a beautiful book about learning the true meaning of Christmas that children will definitely enjoy.

Marc Brown has done a great job at both illustrating and writing this book. Marc Brown makes this story extremely cute and heartwarming as Arthur tries to find the perfect gift to give to Santa Claus and he tries to learn the true meaning of Christmas. Children can easily relate to Arthur as many children tried to find the perfect gift either for Santa Claus or for the person they care about, while noticing that it the spirit of giving that defines the true spirit of Christmas. Marc Brown’s illustrations are great as Arthur looks more updated in this book as he still has his long nose, but it is much shorter and he does not have any fur on his body like he does in the earlier “Arthur” books. Also, the illustrations in this book are extremely colorful as children see many Christmas decorations in every image.

“Arthur’s Christmas” is an extremely cute story about learning about the true spirit of Christmas and giving to others. I would recommend this book to children ages four and up since there is no inappropriate content in this book.

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