Sounds Like Christmas

Sounds Like Christmas

Book - 2019
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"When Grandma asks Lincoln and Georgia to decorate the Christmas tree, she has no idea what she's getting into. Grandma is baking Christmas cookies, so she asks Lincoln and Georgia to decorate the tree.They put on the lights, and the garlands, and the balls, and the candy canes. Then Olivia runs upstairs and brings back a toy bird. She puts it on a branch, turns it on and it goes TWEET TWEET TWEET. "HA!" says Lincoln "I can beat that." He runs to his room and gets his sound effects key chain, hangs it on the tree, and makes it go ZAP ZAP ZAP. In no time the competition creates a cacophony, with the neighbour's dog and eventually both Grandma and Grandpa yelling on top of the tree. Eventually Grandpa points out that no parents means no Christmas presents -- but the kids point out that Santa is sure to come through for them, and they head off to go to finish off the Christmas cookies and to to bed to wait for Christmas morning."-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: Toronto, Ontario :, North Winds Press, an imprint of Scholastic Canada Ltd.,, [2019]
℗♭2019.
Copyright Date: ℗♭2019.
ISBN: 9781443175821
144317582X
Characteristics: 27 pages : colour illustrations ; 29 cm.
Additional Contributors: Martchenko, Michael - Illustrator
Summary: "When Grandma asks Lincoln and Georgia to decorate the Christmas tree, she has no idea what she's getting into. Grandma is baking Christmas cookies, so she asks Lincoln and Georgia to decorate the tree.They put on the lights, and the garlands, and the balls, and the candy canes. Then Olivia runs upstairs and brings back a toy bird. She puts it on a branch, turns it on and it goes TWEET TWEET TWEET. "HA!" says Lincoln "I can beat that." He runs to his room and gets his sound effects key chain, hangs it on the tree, and makes it go ZAP ZAP ZAP. In no time the competition creates a cacophony, with the neighbour's dog and eventually both Grandma and Grandpa yelling on top of the tree. Eventually Grandpa points out that no parents means no Christmas presents -- but the kids point out that Santa is sure to come through for them, and they head off to go to finish off the Christmas cookies and to to bed to wait for Christmas morning."-- Provided by publisher.

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