Release Date: December 1, 2015
Genre: Children's Holiday
Source: I received a complimentary copy from the author in exchange for an honest review
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Upstairs in the Anderson's attic there is chatter coming from the Christmas, Easter and Halloween boxes. Someone new has arrived. Tallulah the Christmas Fairy wakes up to find herself attached to the top of a tree. She soon makes friends and has a magical first Christmas. Once the festivities are over, Tallulah finds herself in the attic with the other decorations from Easter and Halloween. Each year they watch the seasons change as they wait excitedly for the turn to go downstairs. Until one day new boxes appear and then the unthinkable happens. A Fairy Extraordinary Christmas Story is a magical and uplifting tale for the whole family.
This sweet Christmas story is sure to spark a young one's imagination as well as cause some reminiscing for adults!
Tallulah is a Christmas Fairy and has just awakened in her new home. She gets a special place on top of the Christmas tree, where she is able to see all the goings-on in her home with the Anderson family. She quickly makes friends with the other Christmas decorations and once Christmas is past, the other seasons' decorations. As the Anderson children grow up, things change for all the decorations. And in some ways, those changes are bittersweet.
Watching as the decorations for each season wait their turn with such excitement, how they stand guard as the others take their turns, and support one another while they wait had me fondly remembering my childhood and holiday decorating. I also found myself hoping my children will have fond memories of holidays as I delighted in reading about Tallulah and the others creating special memories for the Andersons...and each other.