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It’s not quite the night before Christmas, but I have another version of that book to share on Christmas eve! This edition, published by Usborne is a sound book for little ones.

Follow the story of Santa as he makes his Christmas Eve journey. When the illustration next to the text matches the sound button illustration, press the button to hear the noise which accompanies the story.

Usborne do lots of these sound story books and they’re such fun and a great interactive way for kids to learn. A lovely book for the kids to read on Christmas Eve as the excitement builds. I think my favourite noise is Santa coming down the chimney, it’s all very dramatic and sounds like he takes a tumble.


Clement C. Moore, Illustrated by John Joven


£12.99 HB



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What better way to kick off the festive month than by than colouring your own Christmas cards? Usborne have done all the hard work in designing the cards and you can add your artistic flair by colouring in until your heart’s content. I’ve just done mine and added glitter to a few cheeky gingerbread men. I think my friends will love them, and I’m 22 so it just goes to show Usborne is for adults too…not just for children!

These Christmas cards will bring a smile to anyone’s face and put the fun back in to a Christmas tradition. They would also make fantastic artistic decorations for around the house.

’20 Christmas Cards to Colour’ is produced by Usborne, £5.99



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