The King's Christmas List Review

If you are looking for a way to teach your children the true meaning of Christmas, this book is a great way to help you in that.

The King's Christmas List by Eldon Johnson illustrated by Bonnie Leick is a great stroy that tells of a girl named Emma and her little dog Shu-Shu who are invited to the King's birthday party and they must find a special gift to bring.  Along the way to the party they  meet with some strangers who they find they are able to help, yet when they arrive at the party they are cold and empty handed.

Wait till you read the wonderful message the King has to share with Emma and Shu-Shu.  This could make a great family tradition to read while preparing for Christmas or to share with a childrens Sunday School Group.  The last few pages has ways you can share in the King's party with web sites to visit as well.

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