In his fourth outing, Llama Llama learns
what many children know: waiting for Christmas is tough. Shopping,
making cookies, school activities, and unpacking Christmas tree lights
proves "too much everything for Llama" and he has a "Holidrama"
meltdown. Luckily, Mama is there to remind him: "Sometimes we should
take a rest/ and hold the ones we love the best." Dewdney delivers a
familiar holiday message with grace, as Mama and Llama Llama snuggle on a
tranquil spread, next to their undecorated tree. Overwhelmed by holiday
excitement and expectation, Llama Llama is as relatable as ever.