Mistletoe: A Christmas Story by Tad Hills

Mistletoe: A Christmas Story by Tad Hills

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Reading level age: 3 - 7 years
10.38 x 0.43 x 11.31 inches
Hardcover, 40 pages
Published by Schwartz & Wade

Mistletoe: A Christmas Story by Tad Hills.

Mistletoe loves everything about Christmas--the twinkling lights, the cookies for Santa, and, most of all, the gently falling snow. Her best friend, Norwell, is an elephant who likes sitting by the fire and watching the snow from the comfort of his cozy house. On one particularly snowy walk, Mistletoe stops to appreciate the beauty and peace of a snow-covered world. She knows Norwell would love it too... if he weren't so afraid of the cold. Then she has an idea! Mistletoe knits from morning to night--when she's reading, when she's baking, and even in the bath (which isn't easy). By the time Christmas morning arrives, she puts down her knitting needles. Her gift for Norwell is ready--and it is perfect. Full of holiday cheer and filled with the true meaning of Christmas, here is a new story from master picture book creator Tad Hills that introduces two warm and funny characters to love.

This book includes a free signed bookplate when purchased from November 14 to December 31, 2020.

Download free coloring pages by clicking here and here. 

Tad Hills grew up in Norwell, Massachusetts and always enjoyed drawing, painting and making things. Now Tad spends most of his days making books for children. He is the author and illustrator of the New York Times bestselling picture books Duck & GooseDuck, Duck, Goose, How Rocket Learned to Read and Rocket Writes a Story among others. These picture books have inspired many board books including What’s Up, Duck?,  Duck and Goose Find a Pumpkin and Goose Needs a Hug, and leveled readers like Drop it Rocket and Rocket the Brave.  Tad’s latest book, Mistletoe: A Christmas Story, is about a determined mouse and her best friend, Norwell, an elephant who doesn’t like the cold.

Tad lives in Brooklyn with his family and a dog named Rocket, who has not yet learned how to read. 

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