The Great Reindeer Disaster

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Autor/es
Saunders, Kate
ISBN13
9780571348985
ISBN10
057134898X
Tipo
LIBRO
Páginas
176
Año de Edición
2019
Idioma
inglés
Encuadernación
Paperback
Editorial:
FABER & FABER
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Disponible

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Jingle bells, Jingle bells, smelly poo and bum! You can wait for Christmas but it's never going to come! When a miniature reindeer named Percy falls down the chimney of the Trubshaws' holiday cottage, the last thing they expect is to be whisked away to the distant planet of Yule-1 - the REAL home of Father Christmas, the elves, and his intrepid reindeer delivery teams. And what an amazing place it is - nobody minds being stuck there until the computer system has been mended. But the festive season is in danger! One rogue reindeer has teamed up with the evil Krampus to sabotage everything. Unless Percy and his new friends can track them down, there will be no Christmas this year - or EVER AGAIN! Illustrated in black and white by Neal Layton, this is destined to become a holiday favourite.


KATE SAUNDERS is a full-time author and journalist and has written many books for adults and children. Her books for children have won awards and received rave reviews, and include future classics such as Beswitched, Magicalamity, The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop, The Curse of the Chocolate Phoenix, Carnegie-shortlisted The Land of Neverendings and Costa Winner Five Children on the Western Front. Kate lives in London. NEAL LAYTON was born and raised in Chichester. Whilst he was growing up he spent much of his time playing in the dirt, making homemade catapults and drawing pictures. He studied BA Graphic Design at Newcastle, and MA Illustration at Central Saint Martins. Neal now lives in Portsmouth with his family. He likes living by the seaside.

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