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The Girl Who Saved Christmas

Matt Haig

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As well as being a number one bestselling writer for adults, Matt Haig has won the Blue Peter Book Award, the Smarties Book Prize and been shortlisted three times for the Carnegie Medal for his stories for children and young adults. The idea for the A Boy Called Christmas series came when his son asked what Father Christmas was like as a boy.

Chris Mould went to art school at the age of sixteen. He has won the Nottingham Children's Book Award and been commended by the Sheffield Children's Book Award. He loves his work and likes to write and draw the kind of books that he would have liked to have had on his shelf as a boy. He is married with two children and lives in Yorkshire.

The traditional search 'n' rescue adventure, done with charm, energy and enough wit to keep even the adults who will be reading this aloud as a festive bedtime story alert . . . A lovely, warm, enveloping seasonal read Guardian

Haig, Matt

Matt Haig is the number one bestselling author of Reasons to Stay Alive and Notes on a Nervous Planet and six highly acclaimed novels for adults, including How to Stop Time, The Humans and The Radleys. He has also written many books for children, including most recently the Sunday Times bestseller, The Truth Pixie, and he has won the Blue Peter Book Award, the Smarties Book Prize and been nominated three times for the Carnegie Medal. He has sold more than a million books in the UK and his work has been translated into over forty languages.

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Mould, Chris
Chris Mould went to art school at the age of sixteen. He has won the Nottingham Children's Book Award and been commended by the Sheffield Children's Book Award. He loves his work and likes to write and draw the kind of books that he would have liked to have had on his shelf as a boy. He is married with two children and lives in Yorkshire.

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Einband Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl 352
Altersempfehlung 5 - 11 Jahr(e)
Erscheinungsdatum 12.10.2017
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-1-78211-860-2
Verlag Canongate Books Ltd.
Maße (L/B/H) 19,5/12,8/2,7 cm
Gewicht 241 g
Abbildungen Black and white illustrations throughout
Illustrator Chris Mould
Verkaufsrang 13234

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"The Girl Who Saved Christmas" is the equally amazing sequel to Matt Haig's "A Boy Called Christmas". After Father Christmas' successful first flight around the wold to gift children the previous year, all of Elfhelm is in the middle of the last preparations to do it all over again this year. But just then trolls attack their... "The Girl Who Saved Christmas" is the equally amazing sequel to Matt Haig's "A Boy Called Christmas". After Father Christmas' successful first flight around the wold to gift children the previous year, all of Elfhelm is in the middle of the last preparations to do it all over again this year. But just then trolls attack their village and make it impossible for Christmas to happen. At the same time in London, Amelia (who was the first child Father Christmas visited) is taken to a workhouse and slowly loses all hope. But hope is essential because magic cannot happen without it... I already enjoyed "A Boy Called Christmas" and was looking forward to reading its sequel, which I am happy to say, I like very much, too. Since "The Girl Who Saved Christmas" follows roughly three storylines instead of just one like the previous book, it's a little bit different to read, but still very enjoyable. The parts I loved the most are the ones set in the "human world", just because Amelia and Father Christmas meet people like Charles Dickens and Queen Victoria, which is amazing. I recommend this book wholeheartedly to children aged 8 and up and am curious to see if Father Christmas' story is going to be continued in a new book next year - fingers crossed.

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