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Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Review: Tacky's Christmas by Helen Lester

 




Tacky’s Christmas 

By Helen Lester 

Illustrated by Lynn Munsinger 

September 2010 

Scholastic 

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Deck the iceberg wrap a gifty Fa la la la la la la la la...   Tacky, Goodly, Lovely, Angel, Neatly, and Perfect are celebrating the holiday with good cheer, singing, and lots of presents. Tacky’s present is a little bit different, and not exactly what his friends had in mind, but when the Christmas merrymaking is interrupted by hunters in search of pretty penguins, it's Tacky's gift that helps to save the day….   A bonus CD of original carols includes: Deck the Iceberg, Sandy Clawz is Coming to Town, The Six Days of Christmas, I’m Dreaming of a Green Christmas, and Oh Tackytree! 



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Goodly, Lovely, Angel, Neatly, Perfect, and Tacky are penguins that live in Nice Icy Land. They are celebrating Christmas! Goodly, Lovely, Angel, and Neatly are very neat and well-behaved penguins, but Tacky is wacky! His clothes do not match...he wears a Santa hat, purple scarf, and a yellow beach shirt LOL!!! 

 

This story is funny and very, very Christmasy! My favorite character is Tacky because he’s so funny, I like his scarf, and it was hilarious when he put glitter on a hotdog for an ornament 🤣 The illustrations are very creative and good. 

 

This book taught me to be good to others and always try to make friends, even if you’re different. 

 

I give Tacky’s Christmas 




 

 

Helen Lester is the author of many children’s books. Her background with children includes being a mother of two and a former elementary school teacher of ten years. While at home with her children, Helen realized the importance of quality children’s literature. Helen started her writing career as a struggling author facing many rejections by publishing companies. Her first book was finally published in 1979. Helen Lester is a full-time writer who makes her home in New York. 

 

Lynn Munsinger was born in Massachusetts. She has illustrated more than ninety books for children -- bringing Wodney Wat, Tacky the Penguin, a porcupine named Fluffy, the Teeny Tiny Ghost, and Ogden Nash's Custard the Dragon to charming life. Her watercolor illustrations have been praised for their "classic quality" (Publishers Weekly) and "mix of wry humor and affection" -