Children's Book: The Christmas Elf
- Fun Christmas Stories for Kids
- Narrated by: Fred Wolinsky
- Length: 24 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 11-11-15
- Language: English
- Publisher: Arnie Lightning
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These stories are great for early and beginning learners, listening aloud at home, and bedtime stories.
"Tinsel the Christmas Elf"
"Christmas in Peru"
"The Gift of Christmas"
"Meghan's New Christmas Traditions"
"Christmas in a New Town"
Arnie Lightning is a best-selling children's book author with a straightforward goal: He wants his work to create a positive impact in the lives of others through children's books. Learning morals, lessons, and good character can start at a young age. Arnie's books reflect this and show that by providing a comfortable and entertaining environment, learning can be a fun activity!
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Rhea on 12-28-17
Cute story ruined by weird narration
Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
No. I'm returning it. The narrator sounded like a computer. The lilt of his voice and the way he read the sentences sounded very mechanical. His actual elf voice was great. But I couldn't bear it otherwise. Even with the cute sound effects, my daughter lost interest and couldn't finish it.
How could the performance have been better?
With a different narrator, it might have been a christmas treasure.
Was Children's Book: The Christmas Elf worth the listening time?
Not for us.
Any additional comments?
The overall story was sweet. An elf goes on missions to help cheer up children at Christmas. Truly a sweet Christmas spirit. Maybe try the print version and snuggle up to read it to your kids yourself.
By Olwyn W. on 12-15-17
Enjoyable, but not great
I enjoyed the part of this book that took kids having a hard time finding joy for Christmas due to there specific situations
1) death of a parent
2) family being unable to attend
4) a move to a new town
I love when stories include things that kids often feel they are the only one who feels this way and shows others do too. My kids enjoyed listening and Tinsel did offer kids some solutions they can do on there own to fix holiday blues but the narrators overly slow pronunciation of his words I found to be bothersome.