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ABOUT THE BOOK
Written by Adam Wallace
Illustrated by Lena Bardy
Ages 4+ | 36 Pages
Publisher: Krueger Wallace Press & Riven Rock Projects | ISBN-13: 9780648973737
“The day before Christmas is a very special day,
That never had its own name.
But that all changed when one special elf,
Rose to glory and fame.
Eve was an elf with such get up and go,
She worked hard and loved to play.
But the Head Elf ran Christmas with an iron fist,
And this was what he had to say…”
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Adam Wallace has written stories about elves before (How to Catch an Elf), but Eve is by far his favorite elf!
Adam also has a mother who still makes him write a letter to Santa every year, and puts a stocking at the end of his bed … he doesn’t mind!
With over 82 books published, Adam believes Eve can outshine them all!
For more information, visit adam-wallace-books.com
My students love Adam Wallace's entire How to Catch a... series of books, so I was excited to read his new story about a Christmas elf (and just in time for the holidays). Merry Christmas, Eve is a heartwarming story of an elf who knows there is more to Christmas than just churning out toys from the workshop. What about the spirit? What about the fun? Eve sets out to rescue the holiday from the Head Elf who has sucked all the joy out of the North Pole.
Bouncy rhyming text is supported by colorful illustrations. One of my favorite scenes has reindeer holding protest signs that read, "No play? No way!" and "Bye Bye Flybys" after the Head Elf decrees that they must fly in straight lines. With her candy cane striped tights and her winsome elf eyes, Eve is a plucky hero that will charm readers of all ages. Youngsters will also have fun watching for the gingerbread men who pop up in many of the illustrations. Joyfully embracing the spirit of the season is a lesson that can never be repeated too often and this book does the trick.
The Fairview Review is participating in the virtual book tour in partnership with The Children’s Book Review and Krueger Wallace Press & Riven Rock Projects.