Gekko Saves Christmas

Gekko Saves Christmas

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Gekko must learn how to ride Luna Girl's Luna Board so he can save Christmas in this 8x8 storybook based on PJ Masks, the hit preschool series airing on Disney Junior! This book comes with punch-out Christmas ornaments!

When Luna Girl steals everybody's Christmas gifts, it's up to Gekko to ride on her Luna Board and save the presents--and the day! There's only one problem though--Gekko has never ridden a Luna Board before and he's scared to try it. Can he overcome his fear in time to save Christmas? Find out in this sweet storybook that comes with PJ Masks -themed ornaments for Christmas trees.

PJ Masks © Frog Box / Entertainment One UK Limited / Walt Disney EMEA Productions Limited 2014
Publisher: New York : Simon Spotlight, an imprint of Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing, ©2017.
ISBN: 9781534401501
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) :,colour illustrations ;,23 cm.
Alternative Title: PJ Masks (Television program)


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Dec 23, 2018

I like the concept of the PJ Masks, but I have yet to be impressed by the actual product. My kids love it though, so there's that. They are 3 and 5.

Points in its favour:
- gender balance accomplished by having a female villain (I like this a lot)
- Amaya/Owlette wears a colour that you can actually find in the boy's section of the clothing store (not pink or lavender but a nice bright red; I have nothing against pink or purple but I do get tired of every female character in a kids' series having to be saturated in one of those two colours)
- the graphics are very appealing; love the bright red/blue/green colour scheme

So, why don't I love it?
- I get tired of my husband trying to rename Amaya into Olivia because he's annoyed that the boys' character names alliterate but hers doesn't
- the stories feel quite preachy; like 'Daniel Tiger in a superhero costume' level of preachy; except that Daniel Tiger is very clearly a 'teach your kids how to cope with life' series whereas I expect entertainment from a superhero series
- the superhero abilities are kind of lame; they're not weak enough that it could plausibly be just some kids playing dress-up - but they're not a lot better than that; I expect this is due to the target age range (which I clearly am not) - but I enjoy a lot of the books that I read to my kids and these ones are just kind of meh

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