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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
The Great PJ Elf Chase: A Christmas Eve Tradition by Judy Voigt and Karen LoBello is an endearing story for small kids with Christmas as the backdrop. The Christmas Eve tradition at the Taylor household is that when the boys go to take their baths, the PJ elves drop new pyjamas outside the bathroom door. The elves are smart and quick so that they are not caught. Will the Taylor brothers manage to catch them this time or will the elves give them a slip this time, too? Join in and savor the fun of a Christmas Eve tradition with the Taylor boys and the elves.
The story captures the essence and colors of the Christmas season beautifully. The illustrations give wonderful support to the story. They are colorful and bright, giving movement and life to the characters and the events. It is hilarious to read about Ben and Jack trying to chase the PJ elves along with McGee. The fun moments are those when Ben loses his towel while trying to chase the elves. Kids will love the colors, the humor and the story. The book will make a good bedtime story book and can be used for story telling sessions in class rooms. The rhyming verses are very effective in conveying the tale to kids.
The book is an entertaining read for children and it will capture their attention with the illustrations and the characters. The pop-up quiz at the end of the book makes it very interesting for kids.