About the book: Six-year-old Alice would rather get toys than a book any day. But when her grandfather explains that this book is different, Alice begins to see why their first-edition Book of Mormon is so special to her family. Set in the early 1900s, this charming story is the perfect picture book to read with your family as you gather round the Christmas tree.
My review: This is such a cute Christmas picture book. I loved the pictures, they truly are amazing, cute and fun. I loved the cute story of how Papa's family got the Book of Mormon and how it saved his Christmas. Make sure to get this cute picture book, you won't regret it!
I was sent an e-copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
About the author: Emma Parker graduated summa cum laude from Southern New Hampshire University with a BA in English and Creative Writing. She was born and raised in Southern California and currently lives in Utah to work her dream job as an acquisitions editor for a publishing company. “Papa’s Book of Mormon Christmas” is her first book. You can learn more about Emma at emmaraeparker.com.
About the illustrator: Alexa Terry Hanson is a true-blue California girl born in Chico, California. She discovered her talents at a young age, and as the years went by, her skills continued to develop. After a few years of college, she returned home and fell in love with her husband. They currently live in California, where she has had many experiences and opportunities as a freelance artist with companies such as TOMS Shoes and Disney Television Animation Studios. Every day she continues to create new characters and new worlds using her artistic talents, and she could not be happier.
Labels: Alexa Terry Hanson, Cedar Fort, Christmas picture book, Emma Parker