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Have you ever wondered where elves go for their vacations once Christmas is over and they want to have some fun? Would they prefer going to a place where it is cold and there is snow or a tropical region where the sun is bright? Do you think they would enjoy going on a safari and seeing wild animals or a farm where the animals are domesticated? Would they like to play in the sand when they go to the beach or do they prefer the openness of a park? Would they be interested in climbing mountains or would they prefer going to a field where they can see hot air balloons fly? For now, only Santa knows and young readers can hope to meet an elf one day so that they can ask and find out.
Where Do Elves Go On Vacation? by Kim Ann is a fascinating book that takes young readers on a magical journey to different places. The rhyming verses give the story a good pace, movement, and lyrical quality, making it enjoyable for youngsters. Nejla Shojaie's delightful illustrations take readers on a whimsical journey to different places they can enjoy and decide what they want to do on their next vacation. Tutors and parents can use it for read-aloud and storytelling sessions to introduce children to various places in a fun and interactive way. They can show kids the activities that can be done during vacation and give them the freedom to decide what they would like to do. Next time the family is going on vacation, parents can read this book out loud to give kids ideas on where to go and what to do.