This United Kingdom non fiction picture book dealing with the celebration of Christmas uses high interest photos with low word count to open dialogue between the young reader and an adult.
I point out U.K. because of the use of ‘crackers’ (p. 17) and the types of desserts (mince meat pie [ p. 19]) used in this holiday’s celebration.
I found the same grammatical mistake in two places: (p. 18) ” How do YOUR family…” and (p. 12) ” What do YOUR family put…”
The best part of the book just might be the “Notes for adults” found on pages 22-23 on how to use this book with young children. The book is said to support “Early Years Foundation Stages”.
Contains an Index and Contents.