The Jolly Christmas Postman



10 thoughts on “The Jolly Christmas Postman

  1. says:

    Ho Ho Hope you all read this book and love it like I do.Lets get this out of the way first, I LOVE CHRISTMAS I love everything about it I love the idea that at Christmas we can forget this busy technology driven world, with it s fancy electronic mail, and go back to the finer things in life Like sitting down and writing a letter to far away family, or watching a child s beaming face as they post that letter to Santa, knowing he will read it and get to work making that toy with his elves.That Ho Ho Hope you all read this book and love it like I do.Lets get this out of the way first, I LOVE CHRISTMAS I love everything about it I love the idea that at Christmas we can forget this busy technology driven world, with it s fancy electronic mail, and go back to the finer things in life Like sitting down and writing a letter to far away family, or watching a child s beaming face as they post that letter to Santa, knowing he will read it and get to work making that toy with his elves.That s where this book comes in, that s how this book makes me feel Happy and joyful, it makes me think of my childhood and how special it was I continue to this day to read this to myself every Christmas and one day I will read it to my children, hopefully one Christmas to theirs too.The Jolly Christmas Postman is a simple picture storybook, a timeless gem that just gets it right Beautifully illustrated with letters and parcels for the children to open and touch It tells the tale of a postman delivering his Christmas post, along the way he encounters classic children s story characters such as Mr Wolf and Mr H Dumpty One of three Jolly Postman books this never ceases to make me smile, it also means It s Chriiiiisssssstttttmmmmaaaaaasss

  2. says:

    LOVED this book growing up I would read it all the time around December

  3. says:

    One of our very favourite Christmas books I love all the little surprises in the envelopes, and the illustrations are gorgeous.

  4. says:

    The Jolly Postman cycles on He sees three fiddlers playing The fast eloping dish and spoon The mighty beanstalk swaying The seven dwarfs upon the hill The jolly snowmen sleighing What a wonderfully, delightful book I wish I had a child to read it to every year What I decided to do with this book is to give it to our mail lady who has small children in order to pass on the joy.The colored drawings in this book are wonderful too, and you can look at them all day and every day and never grow ti The Jolly Postman cycles on He sees three fiddlers playing The fast eloping dish and spoon The mighty beanstalk swaying The seven dwarfs upon the hill The jolly snowmen sleighing What a wonderfully, delightful book I wish I had a child to read it to every year What I decided to do with this book is to give it to our mail lady who has small children in order to pass on the joy.The colored drawings in this book are wonderful too, and you can look at them all day and every day and never grow tired of them The book is about a mailman delivering cards at Christmas time, and each page is a poem, and every two pages there are pockets with cards in them that are so delightful to see and read.Whatcan I tell you about this bookI really do not know,But if you are not in the Christmas spiritThis book will warm your soul

  5. says:

    Charming, Witty, Delightful, and Festive I loved the cards and letters eluding to famous fairytale characters I also loved the clever book within the book, and the wildly imaginative, storybook game all part of this holiday tale for young readers and those young at heart And really, isn t just about everyone young at heart at Christmas I do wonder, however, just how many wee ones will get the references to theobscure storybook fairytale fable characters referenced There were a Charming, Witty, Delightful, and Festive I loved the cards and letters eluding to famous fairytale characters I also loved the clever book within the book, and the wildly imaginative, storybook game all part of this holiday tale for young readers and those young at heart And really, isn t just about everyone young at heart at Christmas I do wonder, however, just how many wee ones will get the references to theobscure storybook fairytale fable characters referenced There were a couple I had to look up, myself Plus, do children in today s tech saturated world really comprehend what it means to send actual cards and letters Or the joyful anticipation of waiting for the postman to deliver the mail to see if there s an envelope just for them Hmm. Anyway, I enjoyed the story evoking memories A delightful reading experience A fun book to gift and share FOUR Three Dimensional Christmas Activity Book and Story STARS

  6. says:

    A delight for kids who love to engage with books As the postman bring Christmas tidings, the reader is invited to open letters, read postcards, assemble a puzzle, and

  7. says:

    What a gorgeous Christmas book It celebrates what Christmas is all about The resources and presents in the letters are wonderful jigsaw, board games and a pop up Christmas cards all which children can complete themselves Children could create their own pop Christmas card, links to DT.

  8. says:

    A Christmas tradition, read every year when the kids were younger.

  9. says:

    Stunning Joyous Creative Sensitive I can t praise this particular gem of a children s book enough.

  10. says:

    The Jolly Christmas Postman is an amusing tale that follows the journey of a postman doing the rounds on his bicycle on Christmas Eve On his back he carries a sack bursting full of letters, cards, and presents that he delivers to all sorts of well loved characters from different traditional tales and nursery rhymes Each letter comes in a different size and shape, and can be taken out of its stamp addressed envelope and read out aloud in class I had lots of fun with this book, which I used ove The Jolly Christmas Postman is an amusing tale that follows the journey of a postman doing the rounds on his bicycle on Christmas Eve On his back he carries a sack bursting full of letters, cards, and presents that he delivers to all sorts of well loved characters from different traditional tales and nursery rhymes Each letter comes in a different size and shape, and can be taken out of its stamp addressed envelope and read out aloud in class I had lots of fun with this book, which I used over several days in Reception for Literacy The first letter we open is from Goldilocks and it is addressed to Baby Bear at Three Bears Cottage As he travels along, he delivers letters to Humpty Dumpty, the Big Bad Wolf and the Gingerbread Man Along the way he stops and chats to lots of other well known characters including the Seven Dwarfs and the Dish and the Spoon from the Hey Diddle Diddle nursery rhyme This book presents itself with lots of of different learning opportunities from recalling character names and the stories and rhymes they come from, to writing Christmas cards, Christmas lists and letters to Santa Claus

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