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Library : Book Reviews > Max's Christmas

Maxís Christmas
By Rosemary Wells

Review by: Yvonne Gaudet

     Ruby, Maxís older sister, takes it upon herself to teach Max all about Christmas Eve and the coming of Santa Claus. As she helps Max prepare himself for bed, Ruby explains how tonight is special and they must go to sleep right away. "Why?" asks Max "Because nobody is supposed to see Santa when he is delivering his presents!"
     After Ruby gets Max all tucked up in bed, she goes off to her bed as well. This is when Max makes his move. He sneaks downstairs to wait for the jolly old elf, Santa Claus. When Santa comes down the chimney and notices Max waiting for him he quickly takes his hat off and pulls it over Maxís eyes. "No one is supposed to see me" he tells Max, as he goes about his work. "Why?" asks Max. "Because everybody is supposed to be asleep" Santa answers.
     Then Santa decides to put Max back to bed, and finished with his work he ascends up the chimney. In the morning, Ruby finds Max asleep on the couch with Santa's hat on his head and a lumpy blanket over his back. What do you think she found under the blanket? Youíll find out when you read the book .Maxís consistency throughout this book to ask questions, like what, where, and why are typical of two-three year old behavior. This book is simple for early readers so I would recommend it for ages 1-7. Itís bright pictures make it a joy to look at.

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