Papa Can Fix It!

My Truly Most Favorite Fluffy Friend

Children - Picture Book
35 Pages
Reviewed on 10/25/2018
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Papa Can Fix It! (My Truly Most Favorite Fluffy Friend Book 4) by Pamela Tomlin captures the magic of the Christmas season. Papa is going to pull Emma on the sled. While a few of her friends want to go with her, Banjo Bear, Bunny Blue, and Cuddly Kitty also want to stay indoors and help Nana make cookies. It is cold outdoors and she goes with her three fluffy friends. Emma is wearing a hat, a snowsuit, scarf, mittens, and snow boots. Then the sled overturns and it looks broken and they know Papa can fix it. He fixes it and the sled is as good as new. Banjo’s chair breaks when they begin to assemble the gingerbread house and Papa fixes that too. Papa fixes a lot of things; a sled, a chair, and a train. What does Emma fix?

The story, set against the backdrop of the Christmas season, is adorable and it is fun to watch Emma and her friends enjoying the festive season and celebrating the traditions associated with Christmas. The illustrations are wonderful and they breathe life into the story and characters. It is a perfect storybook to gift children during the Christmas season and read out to them at home and in classrooms so that they can feel the essence and spirit of the season. The story is simple and delightful and shows how little problems cause small hindrances while getting on with the festivities. Emma is happy she can help Papa and the story gives good memories to all readers.