An irresistible festive follow-up from award-winning author-illustrator Emma Yarlett, with hilarious letters and parcels to open.
Santa receives post from children all over the world. But when Amy sends him a letter, he just can't work out what she wants as her gift. Will Santa manage to find Amy the right present in time for Christmas Eve?
This joyous story sparkles with Emma Yarlett’s vibrant illustrations and quirky humour.
"A joyful festive novelty picture book, crammed with real letters to open and explore." The Bookseller
A joyful festive novelty picture book, crammed with real letters to open and explore.
The stunning illustrations and humorous text makes this a fantastic book for reading aloud. Children will love the interactive nature of the letters and presents which give this book a novelty touch. This is sure to be a favourite this festive season.
Early Years Educator
Little letters to open and read throughout the box, perfect for keeping little hands busy and interested. My daughter loves to open them up. Ultimately this is a story of gratitude and appreciating the simple things in life. A wonderful lesson at this time of the year. Emma Yarlett writing and illustrations are just brilliant. Definitely recommend this book.
We teamed with children’s review site, Toppsta, to run a giveaway on their social media to encourage early reviews and received some wonderful responses: There is a great deal of humour in the book, and the illustrations are fab. My son particularly liked the way each letter opened up differently. I loved the elves humour! Definitely for boys and girls Christmas stockings – would also be good for letter writing if your teach primary school children! – Parent A lovely book – beautifully illustrated with quirky letters to read. We loved it. – Teacher It’s lots of fun and beautifully illustrated. Sure to brighten up any Christmas shelf. – Parent This story is engaging and the envelopes and letters fold out making this book hugely appealing to children (and adult sized children). The quality of the paper is wonderful and I wasn’t worried about the envelopes or paper getting torn or crumpled. The illustrations are lovely with lots of expression and details that you can discuss to add further layers to the story. A lovely book for young children. – Parent This is a fabulous story for little ones and families to enjoy together in the run up to Christmas. My children loved hearing this story, and I quite enjoyed reading it to them too! – Parent Lovely book with lots of flaps and the such to open and read the letters. We love Emma Yarlett and this is a brilliant festive addition to the book pile – Parent Ultimately this is a story of gratitude and appreciating the simple things in life. A wonderful lesson at this time of the year. Emma Yarlett writing and illustrations are just brilliant. Definitely recommend this book. – Parent
My daughters loved lifting the flaps of all the letters and parcels. Emma’s illustrations are so detailed and the letters are filled with humour. We absolutely loved the ending!