Llama Llama Jingle Bells by Anna Dewdney

Llama Llama Jingle Bells

With short and simple rhyming text, the Llama Llama board books introduce Llama Llama to babies and toddlers before they’re ready for longer full-length stories. And their small size and durable pages are perfect for little hands. In Llama Llama Jingle Bells, little llama and his friends give gifts, sing songs, and decorate cookies. It’s a very merry holiday indeed!

Details Llama Llama Jingle Bells

TitleLlama Llama Jingle Bells
Release DateOct 21st, 2014
PublisherViking Books for Young Readers
GenreHoliday, Christmas, Childrens, Picture Books

Reviews Llama Llama Jingle Bells

  • La Coccinelle
    I love the Llama Llama books! After discovering them a few years ago, I've read as many as I could find, and I've even given Llama Llama Red Pajama (my favourite) as a gift. Now, many of the books in the series are longer; this is one of the board books, intended for babies and toddlers. As such, it's really short. That's probably my main complaint.But this very short book still manages to tell a story in rhyme about a little llama preparing for ...
  • Fiction State Of Mind
    More adorable llamas having Christmas fun!
  • Nicole
    This board book is perfect for the youngest of readers. Llama Llama Jingle Bells was just released and is the latest in the popular series. A cute, rhythmic story line accompanies adorable pictures of the Llama family celebrating various Christmas traditions. Plus, the thicker pages of the board book are durable enough to withstand the curiosity of babies.Notes:This review was written for Sasee Magazine and My Sister's Books.This review was poste...
  • Nick
    I pointed out the damn giraffe one time and now we have to discuss it every time. Yes, that's a giraffe. Yes she's singing.Also there are no jingle bells on the tree, so what the hell. You can't just have "Llama llama jingle bells" as the text on a page where there are no bells. Oh also you know what, there are no lights on the trees in the illustration for "trees with lights and bells that chime." Lazy lazy lazy.
  • A Allen
    This book isn't for my family and that's okay. We just don't believe in teaching our kids that Santa will be visiting. I wish the book title had given more insight though; I wasn't expecting it to talk about Santa.
  • Chad Olson
    Llama Llama prepares for Christmas and enjoys the holiday season
  • Suzanne Kunz Williams
    Come experience the happiness of Christmas with Llama Llama.Talking Points - What are some of you favorite activities for Christmas?
  • Asho
    Cute winter/holiday book, although we like Llama Llama Holiday Drama better.
  • Matt
    good book
  • Jessica
    Cute book that I loved reading to my son.
  • Danielle Robertson Rath
    Let's be honest- it's fun to say "llama llama". The rhyming is good and the pictures are cute, but what really makes the book is that I get to say "llama" on every page.
  • Stephanielaurenwilling
    I love llama llama, and this was a very sweet board book to give to my 2 month old for Christmas. We'll graduate to the toddler ones next year :)
  • Dolly
    Anna Dewdney's Llama Llama tales are cute and fun to read aloud. The narrative simply rolls off the tongue and the colorful, cartoonish illustrations are sure to appeal to very young children. We found this book in the board book section of our local library while visiting with my two-year-old niece. I don't know how much she liked the story, but she did love the cover.
  • Janet
    Yes, this is just a board book and it is another title in the llama llama series and I am giving it a four because there is the concept of giving very well woven into the illustrations and the brief text.The second page spread at the tree lot shows front an center a llama santa bell ringer with a kettle for donations. The following page begins with the text "Gifts to give". And we see activities that surround Christmas, but never what Llama Santa...
  • Ethan Wesley
    Ms. Dewdney's rhyming style is instantly recognizable and very pleasing to read. As usual I enjoyed the story as well as the artwork, mostly by virtue of my being biased towards Llama Llama stories now. On the negative side, this particular book was much more abbreviated than her typical Llama Llama, so much so that I fear it has virtually no reread value with my kids.
  • Miss Pippi the Librarian
    Llama Llama is getting ready for Christmas (and Santa). Dewdney mentions different holiday activities in the book cooking, decorating, caroling, etc. The story ends with "llama llama jingle bells" and a happy llama face without showing a santa figure. 2015 storytime theme: Baby Storytime, Winter/ChristmasReviewed from a library copy.
  • Jane
    This is a good Christmas llama llama book for a younger child. This one covers a few holiday-related activities in the usual llama llama style.Gifts to give and songs to singWhat will Llama Santa bring?Very sweet and fun around the holidays.
  • Vin
    First read in 2014... part of our advent of reading in 2015
  • Kimberly
    This book is a short board book. We love llama llama, the short ones and the longer stories as well. I liked this one more than llama llama Holiday Drama. Always a good choice.
  • Marie
    Love it! My little one and I love the Llama Llama stories. This little board book has the trademark rhyming text with adorable, expressive pictures.
  • Tracy Rossiter
    Worst llama ever!!!!Shortest, worst llama llama book ever. We were so disappointed with this horrible story. Not worth a cent. Don't buy.
  • The Bougie Twins
    1.5 stars
  • Kirsten Mellin
    I love how easy these books are to read. Plus they always have such a cute storyline. Such a simple cute way to explain some Christmas traditions to little ones.
  • Amy
    My daughter loves these books.
  • Brittany
    Cute little board book. Daughter enjoyed!
  • Annie Payne
    A very cute book, but I suggest that anyone reading it have a jingle bell handy to ring as your read!
  • Samantha
    Rhyming text describe the sights and sounds of the Christmas season in this board book. Nice for sharing with toddlers.
  • Adam
    Read to Matthew.
  • Hannah
    Not the best Llama Llama book, but still cute!