Book Review: Horace Helfin's Holiday Home by John Philip McCarthycategories: Book, Children's Fiction, Friendship, Magic, Humor, Fantasy, Adventure, Christmas Story
Author: John Philip McCarthy
Publisher: Boathouse Entertainment
Horace Helfin's Holiday HomeI really loved this story. It is filled with action and very funny. Sally Connors is almost nine because she was born on Christmas. She is sad because her parents are separated. Her spirits are brightened when a strange orphan boy named Horace Helfin comes into her life. He only speaks in rhyme and is very active. Sally and Horace literally fight to keep the Christmas spirit alive by upsetting the plans of those that have lost it. In the end Horace saves Sally and her family. This is a wonderful Christmas story.
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