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It's Christmas Eve, but someone has stolen all the presents - Christmas will be ruined! Can Kittie Lacey help Father Christmas save the day and melt a certain Snow Queen's icy heart?
This wintery addition to The Fairytale Hairdresser series features elegant elves, coiffured reindeer and a whole cast of Fairytale folk in their festive finery. Filled with fairytale fun and a glittery surprise, this witty classic celebrates Christmas in style and is perfect for fans of Frozen.
A fabulously fun story full of favourite fairytale characters, starring the best hairdresser in all the land, Kittie Lacey!
WOW what a very good vibrant book. The pages are so colourful and full of excitement, I was excited to read it more and more as the pages really blew me away. The book is a decent size, not small where you can't read what you are looking at and not too big either, my daughter says its a good size for her bed.
While I was in the shower my daughter (age 6) came running into me with this book (as it was on the table she knows she has to ask before it goes anywhere), to ask if she could read it in bed tonight. Of course I said yes as I was going to read it with her later anyway. I got out of the shower and could hear her reading this book and I don't hear her reading out loud much. She was pretty into the book when I got in there and seemed to be loving it, so yup took a short video of her.
The words are simple, they are larger print great for those that are learning to read. She got all excited with the glittery page at the end and was taken back by the pictures she thought they were very good. When she finished reading I asked her what she thought and I got this
" it was very sparkly, the ice queen was being nice but other people wasn's so she was mean, that is why she took the presents cause she had to be mean, she froze a girl in ice cubes and the hairdresser had to hairdye her out of the ice and melt it"
Overall its a great book, teaches about being nice and caring. Doing something wrong doesnt really help you but making friends can make you happy.I have noticed there are more in the set and I was hoping my daughter wouldn't noticed but of course she did, would love to get the rest of the set but sadly at $19.99 a book we just can't afford it, so will have to wait.
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