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Monday, December 22, 2014

Star Bright: A Christmas Story by Alison McGhee and Peter Reynolds



Release Date - October 2014

Alison McGhee
Peter Reynolds
Atheneum

Book Review by Bob Walch

Featuring a cute little angel dressed in an aviator’s costume, this holiday picture book puts an interesting spin on how the Christmas Star came into existence.

Realizing a special child was about to be born, the angel wanted to present the baby with something special. After considering a number of possibilities, she comes up with an idea that no one else has thought up.

I have to admit the text is a little murky on how she accomplished the task, but I guess angels can do anything. Nevertheless, this is a very nice Christmas story and one you’ll wish to share with your child for years to come.


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