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Franklin's Christmas Gift

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  • Posted February 4, 2012

    Re-release of a Classic

    Franklin’s Christmas Gift is the re-release of a classic from the enduring Franklin series by Paulette Bourgeois. At Franklin’s school, Franklin’s teacher, Mr. Owl, tells the students to begin thinking about what they will bring to donate to the classroom toy drive for needy children and the excitement begins. When Franklin goes through his own toys, everything seems too special to give away, but after receiving a gift from his aunt, Franklin realizes that nothing is special enough. After much thought, Franklin settles on a gift and in the process learns much about giving.

    Franklin's Christmas Gift is an excellent addition to the Franklin series. The students relate to the familiar stories and the beautiful illustrations. Christmas Gift helps students understand the joy of giving, using well-known characters. Pre-K through second graders will enjoy this addition to Franklin.

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  • Posted December 5, 2011

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    This review is for: Franklin's Christmas Gift (Paperback)
    Many of you may know already how much I love Franklin and his group of furry friends. But for those that don't, I am here to tell you I am a huge fan of Franklin. The true meaning of Christmas is brought to light in Franklins Christmas Gift...it is better to give than to receive. My husband and I are struggling right now with trying to explain the importance of giving to our children. Our world places our children front and center and our frustration rises when they fail to see how lucky they are. I purchased this book and plan to read it many times before Christmas. Franklin and his pals are easy to relate to and my children really enjoy these story books. With Franklin at my side my children will become more generous and grateful through the lessons taught in this story. I rate this Franklin book 5 out of 5!!!
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  • Posted December 2, 2011

    Very Good Message to Young Children

    Franklin¿s Christmas Gift by Paulette Bourgeois and Brenda Clark
    * I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*

    Franklin¿s class is collecting toys for the annual Christmas Toy Drive. He is so excited and he can¿t wait to find the perfect toy to donate. As he goes through his toys he remembers why they are all special to him and he can¿t decide.

    With only one day left to pick the ¿perfect toy¿ to donate, he is afraid none of his toys will work. As he sits and thinks about it, he is inspired by a gift from his Great Aunt Harriet and comes up with the perfect gift.

    This was a very cute book that was well illustrated and held my two year old granddaughter¿s attention when we read it as our bedtime story. The pages of the story are very colorful and fun to look at without being distracting. The length of the story is just right for smaller kids with short attention spans.

    It has a wonderful message about giving to other¿s and was written in such a way that even smaller children can understand it. I love the idea of children giving to other children because it helps them at an early age understand that one person can make a difference.

    We have donated toys to Toys for Tots ever since my daughter was a baby. We started doing that as a family every year with both new toys and some of her ¿slightly used¿ toys. We are continuing that tradition with my granddaughter.

    Overall this is a wonderful book and I would definitely recommend it to friends and family. I give Franklin¿s Christmas Gift 5 Flaming Hearts.

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    Posted December 19, 2011

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