These Christmas books will make wonderful gifts and get children into the festive mood.
Explore the sights of London as Santa makes his way through the snowy city. With easy-to-use mechanisms, toddlers can turn the London Eye or open the Tower Bridge. The perfect introduction to Christmas in London.
Jack loves everything about Christmas, except for one thing: he hates Brussels sprouts! Jack's parents bring home the largest sprout he has ever seen - Sproutzilla - who is the meanest, greenest Christmas ruining vegetable ever and he's heading straight towards Santa. It's up to Jack to save Christmas... but he'll have to eat the sprouts!
A funny account of a school nativity play. 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.
Santa is taking a break from Christmas this year and is going on holiday. But wherever Santa goes people recognise him, and all they want is to take photographs with him. It might not be as fun on holiday as Santa thought!
Join Teddy Robinson as he has goes to the fair, meets Father Christmas and plays babysitter. He's sometimes rather shy and sometimes a bit of a show-off - but with his love of rhymes and his great imagination, Teddy Robinson is the best friend any child could have.
Once again, magically mischievous Mirror-Bellecomes popping out of mirrors to sweep Ellen into two hilarious Christmassy escapades.Christmas with Princess Mirror-Belle is perfect for children who are beginning to read on their own.
A fantastic compendium of Christmas jokes and activities, crazy carols, "completely true" Christmas facts and all-round festive nuttiness from TV legends Dick and Dom.
This gorgeous colouring book is filled with detailed black line illustrations just waiting to be brought to life with colour. Based on E. T. A. Hoffmann's original short story The Nutcracker and the Mouse King, there are captions that tell the story, and a festive cover decorated with red foiling. Th perfect Christmas gift for creative children.
Join William as he visits his relations at Christmas, prepares for the local pantomime and enjoys the school holidays with his gang of faithful outlaws – attracting trouble wherever he goes.
The holly and the ivy,
When they are both full grown,
Of all the trees that are in the wood,
The holly bears the crown.
Celebrate all the best things about Christmas from snow and stockings to Father Christmas in this collection of Christmas poems.
A collection of three festive stories from Eva Ibbotson. In the first story - Vicky and the Christmas Angel - a young Viennese girl discovers, to her horror, who really brings the children's presents at Christmas.
Two wintery short stories from Rainbow Rowell. 'Midnights' is the story of Noel and Mags, who meet at the same New Year's Eve party every year and fall a little more in love each time. 'Kindred Spirits' is about Elena, who decides to queue to see the new Star Wars movie and meets Gabe, a fellow fan.