Happy Holiday and Merry Christmas!
Today I am sharing a couple books I received from Alexandra. Since Christmas is just 9 days away, we are going to show you what we have been doing. I absolutely adore this coloring book from Usborne. The pages are just the right thickness and the coloring are so beautiful.
Inside you will find a Christmas/wintry themed picture already colored. On the right, there is another exact picture to color for yourself. Each picture has a stained glass look, which really makes the color pop.
My daughter seemed to really enjoy coloring in this book. She said is was easier to stay in the lines and make it look really nice. With this book, you can use color pencils, markers, crayons or even Gel pens. Her choice was markers, as you can probably tell.
Most of our coloring books are collecting dust. You will usually find my kids drawing their own creations and coloring them. So, this Christmas Stained Glass Coloring Book was a huge hit. I don’t think she wants to share!
I would also like to share what is in the back of this coloring book. I find it pretty handy for the kids. Check out the photo below.
Next I will show you one of their cute tiny Christmas books. It is a hard book, so perfect for little toddler hands. My littlest one, who will be 2 right after Christmas, loves it. It is really the perfect size for little hands. Usborne’s Very First Christmas Carols, has all the popular Carols, including ones I haven’t heard.
O Little Town of Bethlehem
Away In a Manger
I Saw Three Ships
The Holly and the Ivy
While Shepherds watched their Flocks by Night
We Three Kings of Orient Are
O Come all ye Faithful
We Wish you a Merry Christmas
This book has become a special read in our house already. However you celebrate Christmas, I believe this is perfect for little ones. I think the pictures speak for themselves.
I hope you enjoyed our little review. I wish you all a Merry Christmas, Happy Holiday or Winter Solstice. No matter how you celebrate, I send you positive vibes, prayers and well wishes!
You probably won’t see me around until after the New Year, so Happy New Year to all!
PS: Oh, don’t forget to go check out Alexandra’s Facebook page, aka The Sleepy Storyteller!