Synopsis: What if Christmas magic could grow forever?

There’s nothing about Christmas that Holly Holiday doesn’t love. That is until her parents decide to drag her beloved tree to the street the day after Christmas. Holly then decides that magic shouldn’t just end as soon as the yuletide festivities are over. Instead, magic needs to grow!

With Holly’s willful determination and Christmas spirit, she embarks on a years-long journey to change tradition while keeping the magic alive well beyond the holidays. This is a remarkable tale about a young girl’s resolution to nurture the magic of Christmas until it grows into an evergreen forest.

Release Date: 22nd October 2022

Genres: Picture Book, Christmas, Christmas Trees, Magic, Trees, Nature, Family.

Pages: 40

Thank you so much to Greenleaf Book Group and Netgalley for the ebook to read and review.

Review: Holly loves Christmas, she loves everything about it, most especially she loves her Christmas tree that fills her house with lights and magic each year. Then disaster strikes after the holidays as her parents take her tree away, so she comes up with a better solution.

This was so visually beautiful the illustrations were absolutely stunning and I loved that we even got an age progression of Holly within the book. I loved all the bright and perfect Christmas illustrations on each page.

Holly was adorable and so filled with so much Christmas magic and you could feel it within this book. It was sad what her parents did, but it’s great how she was clever and found her family a better solution.

This is a really adorable Christmas book, it will be a really cute read with your family, children will love the illustrations as well as the sweet story. It also gives you a cookie recipe at the end you can try which is awesome.


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