Publish date: 1997-08-26
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 48
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Picture Books
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
bookshelves: published-1973, snow-times, winter-20142015, kiddlewinks Read on December 25, 2014 Watch hereDescription: Raymond Briggs, creator of "The Snowman," tells a magical Christmas story that will appeal to everyone who wants to believe in Santa Claus. Meet Father Christmas: a very human...
This book made some kids very upset when I read this to them. It actually left one child adamant that Santa must be fake as 'he cannot possibly be angry and have a potty-mouth!" This can be amusing for adults but not very child appropriate. Santa is weather resenting, cursing and is found dri...
A 1001 CBYMRBYGU. I just had no idea Santa could be quite the curmudgeon he is in this book. A bit of a nipper, too. Whiny. Listed as a children’s book, but I can see this in junior high more than I can primary school.
In this very funny graphic novel, which appeals to adults and children alike, we discover that Father Christmas lives in Northern England - I can't help wondering whether he knows Wallace and Gromit. The video follows the book fairly closely. Some of my favourite sequences:[Father Christmas, visitin...