Tales from Christmas Wood by Suzy Senior
  

Tales from Christmas Wood

Written by Suzy Senior
Illustrated by James Newman Gray

3+ readers   Baby and Toddler   

RRP £5.99

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This illustrated storybook contains five stories about the animals of Christmas Wood and is just right for reading at bedtime or in a cosy corner. The animals of the wood are all getting ready for Christmas in their different ways, Tiny Mouse is baking ginger biscuits, Rosie Rabbit is trying to make Christmas cards, and Badger is looking to make new friends. There’s a gentle resolution to each of the stories and the animals are all brought together at the end of the book, when they celebrate Christmas in front of the nativity scene. Warm and reassuring with a cast of very cuddly little characters, it shows how Christmas is always best shared with friends and family. ~ Andrea Reece

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Synopsis

Tales from Christmas Wood by Suzy Senior

Christmas wood is full of animals: Badger, Fidgety Fox, Owl (not Wise Old Owl, just Owl), the Rabbit family, Tiny Mouse, and Robin. It's nearly Christmas and all the animals are getting ready to celebrate - Badger is looking for new friends, Tiny is making (or is that eating...) gingerbread, and Rosie Rabbit just can't get ANY peace and quiet!

About the Author

Suzy Senior

Suzy Senior has worked in publishing since she was old enough to be let loose in a company car. She had a fabulous time visiting bookshops across Scotland and the North of England, until she had two lovely children and had to calm down a little. In her spare time she likes to write books for children, but usually has to clean out the guinea pigs instead. She was shortlisted in the National Literacy Trust and Bloomsbury Children's Book Poetry Prize 2015.

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Paperback
32 pages

Author

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Publisher

Lion Books an imprint of Lion Hudson Plc

Publication date

18th September 2015

ISBN

9780745965468

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