Tis the season to be jolly -- and holey cheese was I trying! But on my way to New York City to meet my family for the holidays, my luggage got switched with another mouse's... Oh, rats! Now I had to scurry all over the Big Apple trying to track down that mouse... and all my Christmas presents! And I, Geronimo Stilton, am not a big cheese when it comes to...
A touchy-feely board book with simple, repetitive text, tactile patches and bold illustrations suitable for babies and toddlers. A little, white mouse appears on every page, for children to spot.
This is a charming collection of traditional Christmas carols with delightful illustrations for little children. It contains nine well-loved carols, including "Away in a Manger", "Silent Night", "We Three Kings of Orient are", "While Shepherds Watched their Flocks by Night" and "We Wish you a Merry Christmas".
TA charming board book featuring six traditional Christmas songs and a music CD. Each delightfully illustrated Christmas scene has been created from felt, lace, knitting, ribbons, buttons and sparkly foil and features the lyrics of Christmas carol favourites including "Jingle Bells", "Away in a Manger" and "Hark the Herald Angels Sing".
It is Pocket's first Christmas. When he goes out into the snow to play with his brothers and sisters, he discovers a sparkling snow angel. It has been left by some children and their footprints wind away from the snow angel's skirt. Pocket asks the snow angel if she knows the meaning of Christmas but, of course, she does not answer.
In Peter H. Reynolds' whimsical holiday story, young Roland learns that more isn't always better - and rediscovers the magic of home. Roland can't wait for Christmas Day, and when the big morning arrives he races downstairs to see what is waiting for him. What he sees stops him in his tracks. Could that tiny present really be what he has waited all year for?
This is an inspiring tale of Christmas goodwill and acceptance from Shirley Hughes, one of the world's best-loved picture-book creators. When Bronwen and Dylan are frightened by ghostly noises from the chimney on Christmas Eve, they run straight into the arms of their neighbour Mrs O'Riley.
When Holly sees a man who looks like Father Christmas, she decides to write him a letter: "Dear Father Christmas - is it snowing in Lapland? Please answer. Love Holly." And so begins the start of a touching penpal friendship with Father Christmas himself in which Holly learns about the magic of elves, reindeer and life in Lapland, as well as getting some...