Arthur Christmas the Movie Storybook by Justine Fontes
  

Synopsis

Arthur Christmas the Movie Storybook by Justine Fontes

Things will never be the same after Arthur, a gift-wrapping elf named Bryony & Grandsanta decide to launch Mission Christmas . This title includes behind-the-scenes artwork used to create the movie. It is suitable for children aged 3 years and up. Six-year-old Gwen wrote a letter to Santa Claus because she believed in the magic of Christmas and she wanted a bike. Santa's son, Arthur Claus, was in charge of all the post that arrived at the North Pole. He received Gwen's letter and wanted to make her Christmas wish come true. But on Christmas Eve, Santa's super high-tech gadgets make a mistake! Gwen's bike gets left behind on his S-1 sleigh and as the minutes tick by, it looks like poor Gwen won't receive her present. Christmas will never be the same when Arthur, a stowaway gift-wrapping elf named Bryony and Arthur's grandpa Grandsanta decide to launch their own Mission Christmas and take merry matters into their own, not-very-capable hands.

About the Author

Justine Fontes has written over 500 books for children, including numerous movie tie-in adaptations.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
48 pages
Interest Age: 3+

Author

Justine Fontes
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Publisher

Sterling Juvenile

Publication date

7th November 2011

ISBN

9781402792410


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