As it is Christmas Eve it is time to settle that age-old debate…which colour is for Christmas?
Green is sure that he is the only Christmas colour in the box, after all, trees are green, holly wreaths are green and Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas if Green was not around. The other crayons are far from happy that Green cannot see their worth but can they show him they are just as important at Christmastime…
Everyone’s favourite crayons are back for a delightfully fun and festive outing as they hotly debate and voice their opinions about their importance to Christmas. Despite Green’s claims that he is the only Christmas colour in the box it happily turns out that all colours are christmassy and Christmas really wouldn’t be Christmas without Red, White, Silver and Brown. There’d be no Santa or candy canes without Red, no snow or marshmallows without White, no stars or silver bells without Silver and no reindeer or cookies without Brown. It really does take a whole box of colours to make Christmas!
Sure to encourage children to spot all of the colours that make the festive time of year so special. This fun yet short read is perfect for fans of the ‘Crayons’ books and for all young children who love to colour in.
With huge thanks to Harper Collins for the copy I received in exchange for an honest review.
Recommend for 3+.