The Yule Tomte and the Little Rabbits: A Christmas Story for Advent
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'[T]his one is a joy to read and to share with children... Stark bestows each of the main characters with vivid personalities, and Eriksson's depiction of Grump is particularly irresistible. And the ending is a delightful surprise, involving a twinkling ice house and a delicious moment of silence with everyone involved. It's filled with wonder and friendship.'
- Kirkus Reviews
'This book is unique in that it is a charming story and it is told in 25 short chapters, so you can read one a day for the entire month leading up to the big holiday!'
'This would make a wonderful read aloud story for older children.'
-Youth Services Book Review
'A delightful departure from the Christmas story norm... a rollicking holiday adventure... Eva Eriksson's delicate renderings of Grump and the bunnies are a delight... this festive tale is certain to become a Christmas classic.'
'It's an old-fashioned type of illustrated story (with a picture-book trim size) that doesn't feel the least bit dated or sentimental.'
- The Horn Book Magazine
'A wonderful yuletide excursion into the magical winter world of the Swedish traditional Yule Tomte.'
- Children's Bookwatch
'It's the perfect storybook for families to share together, and children will enjoy the amusing illustrations, particularly of the animals with whom they will identify.'
'The perfect book to share in the lead up to Christmas - children will be eagerly awaiting each new chapter!'
- Creative Steps
'This warm and charming chapter book captures the spirit of the Holidays of Light and provides an opportunity to learn about Swedish traditions. It is an intriguing chapter book to check out for the winter holidays'
'This wonderful picture book is arranged in the form of twenty-five short chapters, one chapter for each day of advent. With lovely artwork and a heartwarming story, this beautifully presented picture book would make a wonderful gift for the holiday season.'
- Through the Looking Glass