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Sunday, October 29, 2017

Chilli And The Christmas Chihuahuas

Chilli And The Christmas Chihuahuas (Children’s Christmas Story)
Courtney Williamson Milford (Author)
Julie Leiman Weaver (Illustrator)
Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN #978-1522072546
Price $6.99 (Paperback)
Price $1.99 (Kindle)
34 Pages
Rating 4-stars

Chilli and the Chihuahuas are guarding Satan’s workshop against the wolves. They catch one and toss him in jail, but Santa isn’t real pleased that someone is in jail during Christmas. When Chilli and the guards catch another wolf, Santa hears the wolf saying that the pups are crying because their dad is in jail and can’t be with them. This forces Santa to take action. He releases the wolves then talks to Chilli and the Chihuahuas. It’s time they take toys to the wolves’ pups, so they can celebrate Christ’s birth with the rest of them.

This was a cute tale, and will be a favorite to tell to children during the Christmas season from year to year. Plus, it was good story telling, but the illustrations are the highlight of the book. Children will want to look at this book throughout the year as they think about Christmas, and, hopefully, the true meaning of the season, the birth of our Savior. Highly recommended.

Tom Johnson


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