Review; One Wild Christmas by Nicholas Oldland

Earlier this year I recieved an ARC of the picture book One Wild Christmas by Nicholas Oldland through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards, but for obvious reasons I didn't want to publish my review until now.

Description from Goodreads
Best friends the bear, the moose and the beaver have been so busy getting ready for Christmas, they have forgotten the most important decoration of all - the Christmas tree! Rushing through the snowy forest, they reject one tree after another. And then they spot it. A pine tree that is just the right size, with soft needles and a wonderful scent - it's perfect! But just as the beaver is about to chop it down, the bear stops him. He can't allow this tree to be harmed, it is simply too beautiful! But the moose and the beaver disagree. Is there a way they can have a perfect Christmas - without chopping down the perfect tree?

My Thoughts on the Book
One Wild Christmas was a sweet and charming picture book about Christmas and one gets into the Christmas spirit quite easily with this book.


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