Who's Coming for Christmas?: A Holly Jolly Lift-the-Flap Book (Novelty book)

Who's Coming for Christmas?: A Holly Jolly Lift-the-Flap Book Cover Image
By Kay Winters, Linda Winters (Contributions by), Jeannie Winston (Illustrator)
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This lift-the-flap book is the perfect way to introduce toddlers to one of the most magical holidays of the year. Santa’s coming, of course! And he’s flying in on a sled led by reindeer. Careening over rooftops, he lands on one lucky little girl’s roof. But not before this little girl gets a chance to prepare—she listens to carols, bakes cookies, trims the tree, readies Santa’s treat, and even tries against her will to get some sleep. All of this yuletide action is hidden under darling Christmas present flaps, until the end, where a beautifully decorated Christmas tree is waiting to reveal Santa.

About the Author

KAY WINTERS was a teacher and a college instructor before becoming a children's book author. She's the author of Whooo's That? A Lift-the-Flap Pumpkin Fun Book, illustrated by Jeannie Winston, and Abe Lincoln: The Boy Who Loved Books, illustrated by Nancy Carpenter, which was a Bank Street Best Book. www.kaywinters.com

JEANNIE WINSTON has been a textile illustrator and designer for the infant bedding industry. She's now creating darling illustrations for children's books, including Whooo's That? A Lift-the-Flap Pumpkin Fun Book by Kay Winters. www.jeanniewinston.com
Product Details
ISBN: 9780547258270
ISBN-10: 0547258275
Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers
Publication Date: September 27th, 2010
Pages: 14
Language: English



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