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An endearing rhyming story full of laughs, this wholesome tale is set to become a Christmas classic.

Father Christmas is old, tired and has creaky knees. He needs a break – and who better to replace him than little monster, who can’t wait to stretch his wings, see the world and do some good? There’s just one problem … everyone’s scared of him!

Can Monster Christmas persuade the world to see past his appearance to the kindness within?

This new Christmas collaboration between Giles Andreae, author of bestselling classic Giraffes Can’t Dance, and expert character-crafting illustrator Nikki Dyson is a fun festive story with important themes of friendship, kindness, and acceptance.

Product Details

Catalogue number

61 in ROW Primary November 2021

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781408357637

Publisher

Orchard Books

Date published

October 7th, 2021

Other details

  • 32 pages

Condition

New

Author/Illustrator

Giles Andreae

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