Arthur’s Christmas is a 1984 Arthur picture book. It’s a cute little story, if a bit odd; in the book, everyone’s favorite aardvark is getting ready for the holiday season and searching for a gift. A gift to give to Santa Claus.
Why is Arthur giving Santa a present rather (or in addition to) than the more traditional set-up? I couldn’t tell you, as the book doesn’t say. But it’s a cute idea that sets up a sweet, very Arthur plot.
The book should be a great holiday read for any young children–especially those who are fans of the Arthur television show–and I’d recommend complementing the book with a viewing of Arthur’s Perfect Christmas.
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