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Christmas Gift Pack (6)
Guide price: £10
Last updated on 22nd Apr 2012
Christmas Gift Pack (6)
This bumper collection of books is the perfect gift and will keep children entertained over the festive season. Contains 4 activity paperbacks and 2 hardback titles. Twelve Days of Christmas Santa's Sleigh Chilly the Snowman and The Night Before Christmas are full of Christmas stickers and activities - dot to dots puzzles spot the difference and press-out models to make. Santas Snowy Surprise is a pop-up book.
The bright illustrations capture the imagination and it's full of hidden surprises. My Treasury of Farmyard Tales (160 pages) is a full colour hardback full of stories featuring a range of farmyard animals. Perfect for sharing at bedtime.
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