Beautiful anniversary reissue of this children's classic to celebrate Mog's 40th birthday. A wonderful Christmas story about everyone's favourite family cat, complete with a gorgeous Mog print and stunning foiled cover for extra Christmas sparkle! The house is full of strange bustling, there are new noises and new smells, and where is that tree going?...
'Twas the Night Before Christmas, when all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse...' The traditional and much-loved Christmas poem by Clement Clarke Moore, illustrated by John Joven.
'On the first day of Christmas, my true love sent to me a partridge in a pear tree...' The lyrics to this well-known, traditional Christmas song, have been transformed into a brightly coloured picture book, with illustrations by Moldovan artist Violeta Dabija.
Deck the halls with Thomas the Tank Engine in this Step into Reading Step 1 early reader featuring a Christmas Thomas & Friends story!
One shining Christmas starIs lighting up the sky. Make a wish now, Little Mouse, On that star up high. Count the wishing stars as Little Mouse and his friends wish for sparkling snow, a giant Christmas tree and lots and lots of presents! With shiny stars on throughout the book this will be a treasured Christmas story and perfect for reading aloud to...
It's a busy night in the North Pole as the elves help Santa pack the sleigh, but with every load of goodies, the sleigh becomes heavier and heavier. How many reindeer will be needed to ensure that all the gifts are delivered to all the children on time? Get ready to turn the wheel and count along as more reindeer join in . .
It's summer and Santa's Beard is far too fluffy and warm on Santa's sweaty face. "Don't worry, Santa, I'll just find a new face," says his Beard, and off he flies straight on to...the face of someone new! But neither the baby in the pram, the princess in her castle or the pirate at sea seem to want a beard. Will Santa's Beard ever find someone who wants him?
An activity book that is packed full of imaginative ideas for drawing Christmas scenes. It includes drawing projects such as: Santa's busy elves, a twinkling Christmas tree, a tobogganing scene, angels with sparkly wings, and more.
The classic Dickens story retold for children growing in reading confidence. Ebenezer Scrooge is a mean-spirited old man who hates everything - even Christmas! But when three spirits visit him one Christmas Eve, Scrooge is taken on a journey into the past, present and future that will change him forever.
Follow Ag Jatkowska's irresistibly sweet woodland animals on a treasure hunt through the snow as they set off to find their Christmas presents. With three fun flaps on every spread and a truly spectacular pop-up Christmas tree at the end complete with shiny foil decorations, this hardback gift book is the perfect festive treat.
This is a beautifully illustrated introduction to the magic of Christmas. This charming board book follows Santa as he flies through the night sky, tiptoes along the rooftops and leaves presents under the tree. There are five big Christmas presents to discover, each behind a shaped flap which lets you guess what the gift might be.
With the help of their friends in Team Starlight, they succeed in making her happier, along with everyone else at the Cuckoo Clock Grotto in their local shopping centre. It features longer extent than the first six Stargirl Academy stories, with extra foil to give a festive, gifty appearance; major marketing campaign and website to promote series.
Suzy, the silly goose with a mind of her own, returns in a brand new read-aloud Christmas picture book. When Suzy Goose decides that the Christmas tree is missing a star, she sets off on a journey to fetch the shiny star in the sky. No matter how far she travels, she never reaches it. But when she finds herself back at the tree, everyone has a beautiful...
It's Christmas and the children have been practising very hard for their nativity play. The narrators are word-perfect, the Important Angel has brushed her hair and the audience are in their seats. But when the curtain rises, no one's expecting a spare shepherd to steal the show ...A bright, bold, brilliantly observed book that's full of festive fun --...
A delightful Christmas board book with high contrast illustrations and touchy-feely patches perfect for sharing with the very young. Each festive picture has a simple description beneath, to help babies learn to associate words and pictures, and a different material to feel, helping to develop important sensory skills.
It's Christmas, and Santa isn't feeling well! Who can save not just the day, but Christmas? It's all good...Pete the Cat is here! Pete the Cat is back, and this time it's Santa who needs his help! When Santa isn't feeling good, someone needs to deliver the presents! Pete the Cat can help, because even when you're small, when it comes to Christmas, you...
A letter to Santa starts off on a merry chain of gift-wrapping, but nothing is quite right and each time he thinks better of his choice. Lift the flaps to unwrap each present and find out what Santa chooses as the perfect present in the end!
Stanley's Christmas Adventure Santa Claus is fed up. No one appreciates Christmas any more, so why should he deliver any presents? Santa's daughter, Sarah Christmas, asks the Lambchops for help. They have to find a way to save Christmas - and if anyone can, it's Stanley!
What better treat to tuck in a stocking than this sweet Maisy board book shaped like a Christmas tree? Today Maisy and her pals are decorating the Christmas tree! There are lights to string, ornaments to hang, candy canes to put up, and an angel to place at the very top. After wrapping presents, it’s time to sing Christmas carols around the tree. Merry...
Horrid Henry has a brilliant idea for his family's Christmas presents. Who says he has to BUY them at all? It's the thought that counts! Early Readers - your child's stepping stone from picture books to reading books.
Horrid Henry sabotages the Christmas play; tries to do all his Christmas shopping without spending any of his allowance; attempts to ambush Santa Claus (to get more presents, of course); and has to endure the worst Christmas dinner ever!
Mama, Papa, Sister, Brother, and Honey Bear are back in this heartwarming retelling of Clement Clarke Moore's classic Christmas tale. It is the night before Christmas, and all through the tree house . . . the Berenstain Bears are ready to celebrate!
Ho, ho, ho! I love Christmas in New Mouse City. But this year, Grandfather William wanted me to research a new story. He asked me to dress up like Santa Claus and let lots of little mouselets sit on my lap. Cheese niblets! If only I had my own team of reindeer and could fly far, far away. .
Geronimo Stilton, adventuremouse? Not me! But surely a little skiing couldn't hurt a rodent, right? Wrong. Moldy mozzarella! When my ski trip landed me in the hospital, I was sure it was going to be the worst Christmas ever! But my family and friends had something else in mind. . . .