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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Seven and a half-year-old Kevin Ootee never believed in Santa. Things changed when he went on a magical journey to Glamarama Mall the day before Christmas. It was something Kevin never imagined ... that the reindeers inside the Christmas snowglobe collection on his dresser would talk. He heard small voices saying, 'Believe, believe, believe,' and he tried to close his eyes and lie still. He was sure he was dreaming but the next morning while he was inspecting his snowglobe collection to make sure everything was okay, he realized his new football snowglobe was missing. He looked around his room, under his bed, in his fish tank, and in his clothes hamper but could not find it. Kevin was upset and he thought his sister Brooklyn took it. Kevin was not keen on going out to Glamarama Mall with his mother and sister that day to take pictures with Santa as he did not believe in Santa and thought he was an imposter. Would he start believing in Santa once he got there? Would he get his missing snowglobe back?
Magical Snowglobe Christmas by Rebeccah Sweet is a beautiful story that captures the essence and beauty of Christmas and the season. The story is magical and enchanting and will make children believe in Santa. The everlasting spirit of love, kindness, hope, and joy of the Christmas season is palpable throughout the story and the illustrations are as adorable as the story. It is a perfect storybook to gift children for Christmas because it helps young readers discover the real joy of Christmas throughout the year.