~Written by Donna Davies
~Illustrated by Ed Luterio
Emma and Andrew are two sad little ghosts. They love Christmas, but Santa totally missed their house last year. Andrew assures his little sis that Santa will not miss their house again.
Meanwhile, Santa has his own issues to deal with. Back at the Ghostly house, Andrew has a great idea. It’s time for the little Ghostlys to get to work!
Oh no! It’s really starting to snow! Will Santa break their little ghostly hearts again? Look for a surprise guest to come to the rescue.
Brilliantly illustrated by Ed Luterio this Christmas book is sure to delight your little ones with a spooky side. With colorful holiday images and rhyming prose that sings off the page, your children will want you to read this delightfully different Christmas story over and over again!
Extras Inside: Make Emma's hot cocoa and learn how to make sparkly spiders for your tree. Don't forget to make your Christmas list for Santa!
Once the Halloween decorations are put away, most of us no longer give thought to the ghosts and ghouls of the holiday past, we are instead focused on the fast approaching Christmas season. But, even little ghosts believe in Santa. A Mostly Ghostly Christmas is a highly creative and original story about two ghosts who don't want Santa to skip their house this year.
Andrew and Emma are two little Ghostlys who want to get into the Christmas spirit. They decide to write letters to Santa in hopes he will bring them gifts this year. But, there's trouble at the North Pole. It's starting to snow and Rudolph is on strike. Santa summons the help of the Christmas Witch in hopes of making it to the Ghostlys' house this year.
A Mostly Ghostly Christmas is a fun-filled whimsical story about spreading Christmas cheer to everyone, no matter who they are.
I love Andrew and Emma, who are depicted as blue and pink ghosts and the Halloween skulls and spider webs that adorn their Christmas tree. I highly recommend picking up this unique Christmas tale. Available at Amazon.com.