Struggling to find the perfect gifts for the young readers in your life? From Christmassy winter-warmers with powerful messages to beautifully illustrated classics, there’s something for the whole family to enjoy in this Christmas gift guide.
By Gareth P. Jones, Illustrated by Loretta Schauer
Cindergorilla loves to dance. She longs to go to the Saturday Night Disco Ball, where the other gorillas strut their stuff, but her horrid aunt and cousins, Gertrude and Grace always say no. Instead, Cindergorilla must stay home and do the housework!
Mr. Tickle 50th Anniversary Edition
By Roger Hargreaves
Mr Tickle is small and round and has arms that stretch and stretch. Extraordinarily long arms, perfect for tickling!
In 1971 Mr Tickle was published, bringing fun, tickles and laughter to children everywhere. Now, 50 years later you can enjoy this special upsized edition of the classic story with a bonus new story about how it all began. The perfect gift for fans of the Mr Men.
By Michael Morpurgo, Illustrated by Jim Field
There’s no better way to build up excitement for Christmas than gathering around as a family to get stuck into a festive story. Michael Morpurgo frames his powerful message about protecting the environment in this beautiful personal story about a grandpa’s wish for his granddaughter to live in a better world. With emotive illustrations in this gorgeous Christmas picture book, perfect for the whole family to share.
Winnie-the-Pooh: Gift Box
By A.A. Milne
This lovely set consists of a highly appealing gift box designed with original E.H.Shepard decorations from Winnie-the-Pooh and The House at Pooh Corner. The gift box’s slipcase design includes a pull-out drawer containing two original, unabridged A.A.Milne storybooks: Winnie-the-Pooh and the Wrong Bees and Pooh Goes Visiting, together with a beautiful poster featuring E.H.Shepard’s map of the Hundred Acre Wood and a gorgeous height chart designed with E.H.Shepard’s original decorations – everything you need for a Winnie-the-Pooh fan’s nursery!
The Twelve Green Days of Christmas
By Barry Timms, Illustrated by Sian Roberts
Christmas spirit is in the air and all the animals are feeling the cheer. But in the excitement, what has happened to the forest? There is litter EVERYWHERE!
Appalled by what he sees, Santa writes a letter to his animal friends asking them to clear up. And over the course of twelve fun-filled days, they work together to do just that!
Based on the sing-along festive rhyme The Twelve Days of Christmas – and the perfect introduction to recycling and reusing for a new generation.