10 January 2014

Nice gentle stories but thought provoking too and could really be read at any time of the year

Reviews
"Really enjoyed these three stories written by Sue for Christmas. They all have a different theme, a nativity play where Robbie wants to be an angel not an alien, Trouble the donkey who won't do anything without a carrot - a traditional Christmas story with a twist, and a sad but ultimately uplifting story about Etta who feels lonely at Christmas but finds a tiny animal to keep her company!
Nice gentle stories but thought provoking too and could really be read at any time of the year. The illustrations, by the children Sue met at schools she has visited, are warm and appealing and bring the book to life."
Lesley Martin, librarian, Coventry

About the book
Sue Hampton captures the spirit of Christmas with three warm-hearted stories full of humour, mystery and magic – starring a boy who’d rather be an angel than a globalob, a donkey called Trouble and a girl with a cracker-sized lamb. With illustrations by children from schools Sue has visited, this is a book to make you smile at any time of year.
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