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A Winter's Night. [Illustrated by Alison Edgson]

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This is a heart-warming treasury of Christmas animal stories, perfect for sharing when the nights draw in. As the snow falls and children sleep, a young reindeer witnesses the magic of the Northern Lights for the first time, a lonely owl searches for someone to share Christmas with, and Santa is in for a surprise.
Paperback, 206 pages
Published September 1st 2010 by Stripes
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Dec 28, 2011 Princesscj1989 rated it really liked it
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A mixed-bag of a collection, of 10 animal stories based around winter and Christmas themes. Some are definitely better than others (Narinder Dhami's 'Footprints in the Snow', Elizabeth Baguley's 'The Night of the Snow Riders'), and they are probably more suitable for slightly younger kids, but Iz enjoyed sitting by the fire, with the rain against the windows, and listening to cosy animal stories. There is humour ('The Night Watch' by Michael Broad), and nothing to frighten or upset, but equally ...more
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