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It's Christmas, David! Hardcover – September 1, 2010
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What luck this book arrived a few days before Christmas. What fun for me to sit on the couch with my three year old Paige snuggled next to me as we read the current adventures of David -- on Christmas morning together!
As usual, David is a little stinker and it being Christmas time is no exception. David is playing with tree ornaments, looking for his presents, sneaking cookies, being a bad little boy! And Santa is watching, but David just can't help himself.
On one page we saw David streaking down the street dressed only in a Christmas hat! When I asked Paige if he was being a bad boy she said YES, YOU SHOULD ONLY RUN AROUND NAKED IN YOUR HOUSE! Out of the mouth of babes!
Does David get presents from Santa for being a good boy? Or has David been so bad that he receives nothing but a big old lump of coal? Read the book with your babies and find out!
As usual, the illustrations are wonderfully life-like and definitely kid oriented. David's facial expressions speak volumes. My personal favorite picture was of David in his pajamas looking out his window into the night, searching for the man in red. What a great book to give to those kids in your life any time of the year, but especially at Christmas time!
David is always a joy to bring into your house.
Thank you and MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The books are illustrated like a child would draw and written with very few words that even a young child understands. "David" is a precocious little child who 'sneaks' Christmas cookies meant for guests & Santa, has an EXTREMELY long Christmas wish list for Santa, gets caught playing with ornaments as they are adorned up & down his arms as his (Mom) scolds him saying, "Those are NOT toys!" (my boys got tickled at that one). He does everything that a little boy (and many girls) WOULD do or would WANT to do and in the end has a nightmare in this book that Santa won't come to visit him for being too naughty. Much to his delight (and my children, of course) David wakes on Christmas morning to see that Santa has in fact come to visit him. In some of his other books, at the end the day of doing to many 'naughty' things and being told, "NO" by his Mom, he is riddled with guilt and tells his Mommy that he's sorry.
There are very little words on each page but the illustrations of what David is doing and the expressions are what carry these books so much.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My granddaughter loved this book and we had to read it many times. David is naughty but funny!Published 15 days ago by teacher
My toddler loves this book. He asks me to read it every night around christmas time. I would recommend this book to all my friends!Published 2 months ago by Rachel L
We love No David in my house, great book, great ending. Would recommend for any child.Published 2 months ago by sarah bonner
As always, David strikes the balance of being naughty enough to hold kids attention, without going overboard. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Richard M. Duffy
I do the 25 days of Christmas books in December. I wrap each book ahead of time and my daughter opens one each day to read. We have done it the last 2 years. Read morePublished 4 months ago by samantha sever