Rudey's Windy Christmas by Helen Baugh

Rudey's Windy Christmas

Written by Helen Baugh
Illustrated by Ben Mantle


Rudey's Windy Christmas by Helen Baugh

A hilarious story full of noises and naughtiness. A sure-fire Christmas cracker of a book! Oh, dearie me! said Rudey. Now I've done a windy pop!This is a bit embarrassing. I'll do my best to stop. Rudey has eaten too many sprouts and the explosive effect is smelt all around the world as he Santa delivery presents on Christmas Eve... The other reindeer have laughed so much, they're out of puff. How ever will they get the sleigh back home? A naughty, noisy, rip-roaring story, full of hilarious phrases that children will love!

About the Author

Helen Baugh wrote her first book (a book of spells) as a very young child. After taking a degree, travelling and working as a copywriter, she finally came full circle and started writing children's books again. Helen lives with her partner and their two daughters near the sea in Sussex.

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32 pages
Interest Age: From 3 to 5 years


Helen Baugh
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HarperCollins an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers

Publication date

22nd September 2014



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