Why Father Christmas Was Late for Hartlepool by Diana Hendry
  

Why Father Christmas Was Late for Hartlepool

Written by Diana Hendry
Illustrated by Sue Heap
Part of the Red Fox picture books Series

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Synopsis

Why Father Christmas Was Late for Hartlepool by Diana Hendry

One-eyed Penguin, Knitted Owl, Albapot and Raggy Christine are abandoned in the attic. One Christmas Eve, Father Christmas decides that they will be the perfect present for Lily, but he gets stuck in the cupboard hiding from the new owners.

About the Author

Diana Hendry was born in Wirral and grew up by the sea. She has published more than forty books for children and teenagers. She won a Whitbread Award for Harvey Angell and a Scottish Arts Council Book Award for Harvey Angell Beats Time. One of her picture books, The Very Noisy Night, was adapted into a show by Blunderbus Theatre Company. Diana has also written four poetry collections for adults and children. She regularly tutors a group of teenagers at the Arvon Foundation's centre in Moniack Mhor. She lives in Edinburgh.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: Under 6

Author

Diana Hendry
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Author's Website

www.dianahendry.co.uk/DH_Si...

Publisher

Red Fox an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

5th October 1995

ISBN

9780099297314


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