Saturday, October 26, 2019

"How Winston Delivered Christmas" Book Review & #Giveaway! (U.S./CAN) Ends 11/10 #HolidayGiftGuide #ChristmasGiftGuide


How Winston Delivered Christmas is an adorable interactive children's book for young readers throughout the holiday season: How Winston Delivered Christmas by Alex T. Smith (Silver Dolphin Books; ISBN: 978-1684129836; Hardcover $17.99; Ages 6-8; 176 pages).

About the book:
When a mouse named Winston finds a lost letter addressed to Santa Claus on Christmas Eve, he sets off an unforgettable journey to personally deliver the letter to Santa! How Winston Delivered Christmas is a heart-warming story, organized in twenty-four and a half chapters, to share during the countdown to Christmas. Starting on December 1st, children can read a chapter a day, and each chapter is followed with a fun and festive holiday activity to complete. This illustrated advent story tells of the adventures of an adorable mouse and how a good deed can lead to a very happy ending, in a beautiful hardcover that can be treasured year after year.


Each chapter includes it's very own festive activity for all the family to enjoy together – including writing a letter to Father Christmas, making mince pies, designing your very own Christmas cards, making presents, creating decorations, and so much more!

The flapped paperback version of the book, features a festively foiled cover and artwork on beautiful paper, making it the perfect Christmas gift.

Order your copy today on Amazon for $13.19, or check if it's available for purchase at your local book retailer!


My Review:
"How Winston Delivered Christmas" is a cute story book with 25 days worth of stories. This book is meant to be read starting December 1st, and finishing the last chapter on Christmas Day, December 25th. I didn't read past the first chapter because I want to share this book with my children starting December 1st! It would be a great tradition to add to the few we already have created around the holidays. Everyday after you read the chapter, there is something suggested like making ornaments, baking cookies, making a paper chain, paper snowflakes, and more! There's even lyrics to some famous Christmas Carols on the back pages! You and your children or grandchildren will love sharing this book together this December, and every December for years to come! The book also includes a ribbon/bookmark!

GIVEAWAY!

Enter below using the Giveaway Tools form for a chance to Win your own copy of "How Winston Delivered Christmas" Children's Book! Giveaway is open to U.S. and Canada residents, 18 year or older. Giveaway ends 11/10/2019.


Disclosure: I received a copy of ""How Winston Delivered Christmas" Children's Book from Silver Dolphin books in exchange for my review and giveaway post. No other compensation was exchange or received.



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22 comments:

  1. My favorite childhood Christmas memory is going to my Grandmother's for Christmas. The house always smelled so good!

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  2. My favorite memory is opening one of my presents on Christmas Eve.

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  3. My favorite Christmas memory was when I was small my 2 older sisters spent hour making me doll clothes for all my dolls, they were go cute.

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  4. Finding a teddy bear under my grandma and grandpa's christmas tree. btjfarnham@yahoo.com

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  5. So many great childhood Christmas memories! One of my favorites was the year I got new ice skates and went skating on my dad's backyard rink!

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  6. I love the whole Christmas season and was always happy to get a doll.

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  7. I have few. I remember taking a horse drawn carriage ride.

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  8. making christmas cookies with my grandmother it was so much fun her whole kitchen was full of every kind of christmas cookie you could think of

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  9. My mom making a big breakfast Christmas morning every year before we opened presents. It was pure torcher at the time. But there precious memories now.

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  10. We didn't really celebrate Christmas growing up (unfortunately).

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  11. My favorite Christmas memory is having these huge extended family Christmas Eve dinners at my grandparents' house. We would always have around 40 people, with lots of cousins to play with!

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  12. My favorite memories were going to my Aunts house every Christmas Eve!We had the best times there!!

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  13. I loved staying with my cousins during Christmas.

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  14. When "Santa" (my brothers) made footprints from the fireplace to the tree on Christmas morning. :)

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  15. Visiting my large extended family in Canada. They all spoke French!

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  16. Spending Christmas Eve at my grandma's house and eating all the homemade sweets she had made for us.

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  17. My favorite Christmas memory was doing to my great grandmother's house on Christmas Eve and eating goodies and opening small gifts. The best part was being with family and playing with my cousins.

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  18. My favorite Christmas memory- as a child- is of getting gifts that I really really wanted for a long time. It was awesome.

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  19. All the family together and happy.

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  20. Frosting sugar cookies with the whole family is my fondest Christmas memory.

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  21. Helping my grandmother make sweet potato pies and red velvet cake every year.

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  22. Mine was making christmas cookies! -Sandy

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