Wednesday, October 27, 2021

"Christmas, Here I Come" [Review & Giveaway-USA/CANADA]


My sweater’s just ridiculous
with pictures of Saint Nicholas.
The right sleeve sports a massive hole.
It smells like green bean casserole.
It’s so big, it’s preposterous.
It might fit a rhinoceros.
But my sweater’s still the snuggliest—
who cares if it’s the ugliest?!
It's the most wonderful time of the year, and everyone is getting into the Christmas spirit! From writing letters to Santa to picking the perfect tree, these heartwarming poems -- plus a page of stickers! -- from author D. J. Steinber are sure to delight even the most sullen Scrooge.

My thoughts:  This is a decidedly secular Christmas book for children. There is absolutely no mention of the religious foundation that underlies the real meaning of Christmas. A small, budget friendly, little book of fun for leading up to the Christmas holidays. Kiddies will love the page of stickers in the back. A real buy at $5.99 for a paperback copy.
DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy to facilitate a review. Opinions are mine, alone and are freely given. Winner's copy is provided and mailed directly to the winner by publisher or publicist.


  1. I like Preschool Here I Come and Easter Here I Come.

  2. I like the Halloween, Here I Come! and How to Be Kind in Kindergarren.

  3. Halloween & Easter are my favorites!

  4. Easter and Passover Here I Come.

  5. I like Thanksgiving, Here I Come! and Easter, Here I Come!.

  6. I like Easter, Here I Come! and Halloween, Here I Come!

  7. Preschool, Here I Come!
    First Grade, Here I Come!

  8. Easter, Here I come and Passover, Here I come.
    Theresa Norris
    weceno at yahoo dot com

  9. I love these two: Easter Here I Come
    Second Grade Here I Come


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