Multi-Talented Country Powerhouse Crystal Day Continues Children’s Book Series With Christmas Book

Author and country artist Crystal Day is releasing her second children’s book, “Mason the Bull and the Magical Christmas Tree”…just in time for the holiday season.

Written by Crystal and illustrated by Alicia Young, “Mason the Bull and the Magical Christmas Tree” features cute, vibrant and colorful pages of all the animals on Hillendale Farm. This book has a wonderful message for children… follow your dreams and never give up.

Crystal made her debut as an author in 2017 with the release of “Mason the Bull”, and is continuing the series with new adventures that Mason experiences. This story centers around Mason’s next venture. He’s given a chance to enter the Christmas tree decorating contest at Hillendale Farm. After an accident occurs, he enlists the help of all his friends to help create the most magical tree the town has ever seen.

Set for official release on November 30th on Amazon as well as on the website, pre-orders are now available by visiting

Crystal Day is scheduled to perform this Sunday, November 25th at the 12th Annual Hendersonville Christmas Tree Lighting event at Memorial Park in Hendersonville, TN. She will also be performing at the Music City Winterfest on Saturday, December 8th at Centennial Park and will be the children’s author guest on Tuesday, December 18th at the Mt. Juliet Library for a book reading of “Mason The Bull and the Magical Christmas Tree”.

Many people won’t accomplish what this effervescent gal has in a lifetime; let alone the few short years that she has been active in the business. Her debut single to country radio “Karma Like Flowers” received an overwhelming response and she followed it up with her sophomore release, “Everything In It”. This earned her a slot to perform on The Spotlight Stage during CMA Music Festival earlier this year.

Despite her powerful vocals and remarkable songwriting ability, sheshares an incredible passion for the arts and is an accomplished actress and children’s author. While she is on the road traveling and performing, she also visits libraries, schools and fairs around the country, reading the story and doing signings at various book stores along the way.

For more information and to stay up-to-date on Crystal day, visit her website at


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