By Valle Dwight
While there’s not a huge number of children's holiday movies to pick from this year, they do share an interesting trait: All are adaptations of classic or popular stories. KJ Dell’Antonia, a former reviewer for Common Sense Media and now a writer for Slate’s DoubleX and XX Factor blog, suggests that parents use the movies as a springboard for getting their kids to read the original tales. “Talk about how the story has been updated,” she says. “Compare the film with the book and see which they like better.”
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