Friday, 19 December 2014

Recommended Children's Books For Christmas

Why not take a trip to your local library or bookshop and pick up a Christmas tale over the festive season? With so many out there to choose from, here are just five we recommend...
Frankie's Magic Football: Frankie Saves Christmas - Frankie's Magic Football 8
Frank Lampard's 'Frankie Saves Christmas'
Frankie and his team love playing football. There's always time for a game - even at Christmas! It's two nights before Christmas and Frankie, Charlie, Louise and Max are having a sleepover. But in the middle of the night they are magicked away to Lapland, where Santa tells them that a sack of Christmas presents has been stolen! The team set off to find them, but first have to face challenges from a naughty elf, a rogue reindeer and an abominable snowman...Can Frankie find the presents - and save Christmas?
The Jolly Christmas Postman - The Jolly Postman
The Jolly Christmas Postman
It's Christmas Eve and the Jolly Postman is delivering greetings to various fairy-tale characters - there's a card for Baby Bear, a game appropriately called 'Beware' for Red Riding Hood from Mr Wolf, a get-well jigsaw for hospitalised Humpty Dumpty and three more surprise envelopes containing letters, cards, etc. Everyone's favourite postman keeps on peddling his bicycle up hill and down dale ...and into everybody's hearts.
Santa is Coming to Essex
Santa is Coming to Essex
Join Santa as he makes his way across Essex delivering presents!
The Dinosaur That Pooped Christmas
The Dinosaur That Pooped Christmas
Danny wants everything for Christmas. But what he gets is a dinosaur, a very hungry dinosaur. Danny's new dino eats up all of Christmas, but as we all know, what goes in must come out...Danny is about to have the most EXPLOSIVE Christmas of his life! There's poop, presents and prehistoric creatures in this festive feast!
The Snowman
The Snowman
Everyone's favourite snowman by Raymond Briggs. One winter's night, a snowman comes to life and an unforgettable adventure begins. Raymond Briggs' favourite classic is a true piece of Christmas magic - narrated entirely through pictures, it captures the wonder and innocence of childhood and is now recognised throughout the world.

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