JINGLE, JINGLE, LITTLE REINDEER – REVIEW

scandimummy_parragon_book_buddies

Parragon does many great books, but I think the little finger puppet ones are my favourite so far. And not least Caspian’s, too. We are part of their Book Buddy Review club, so every month we are sent a new book for free to read and review. This month it’s Jingle, Jingle, Little Reindeer about a reindeer that needs to get to Santa in time to pull his sleigh.

Caspian’s face lit up when he saw the little reindeer wriggle and he immediately wanted to play with it. As it’s December he was dressed in a fun grey Christmas jumper from Next with a print to match the book. And he kept on the Santa’s hat just long enough for me to capture a couple of pictures.

The thick cardboard pages of the book can withstand a lot, though my little boy’s does at time resemble a pit bull puppy so the corners tend to get a bite mark or two. He likes to hold it himself and turn the pages. And it’s clear he is curious to figure out how that reindeer moves.

The text is simple and short and fit the attention span of a 10-month-old perfectly. Though the colourful pictures of elves, animals and Christmas treats allow for more fun and stories, should you wish to elaborate and explore the Christmas theme further.

scandimummy_little_reindeer_book_review

This little puppet book would make a great stocking filler

Jingle, Jingle, Little Reindeer retails at £3.99 and is sold online. It would make a great stocking filler or small gift for a first Christmas.

In Denmark there’s a classic Christmas story called Peter’s Jul (Peter’s Christmas), but I think Caspian is too young this year, so I’m very pleased we now have the little reindeer to keep him entertained. What do you read to your children at this time of year?

thumbnailsize

Keep Calm and Carry On Linking Sunday

Please follow and like me:

15 thoughts on “JINGLE, JINGLE, LITTLE REINDEER – REVIEW

  1. OMG what I coincidence. I was the other day at Toys R Us with my girls and I saw these little books. I thought they were so cute so I bought one for Sienna with the cat puppet. It is such a nice idea. I really like them. Thanks so much for sharing this at #KCACOLS! I hope you join me again tomorrow for the last #KCACOLS of 2015!!! 🙂 xx

    1. They are cute, right. We have Bingo Was His Name, but I’m afraid it suffered badly during Caspian’s last period of teething! Oops… 🙂

      Nadia – ScandiMummy x

  2. These books are great, we have This Little Piggie in the series and my one year old love it! It’s so easy for him to handle and he just loves anything he can peep through 🙂

Comments are closed.