Christmas StreetRegular price $27.99
This spectacular lift-the-flap Christmas alphabet story is a book, a fold-out play-scene, and a beautiful festive frieze to decorate your room!
Everyone is busy on Christmas Street! Who is baking gingerbread? Who is wrapping presents? And who's that coming down the chimney? Find out in this perfect Christmas gift book, the follow-up to Alphabet Street.
With bright, cheerful artwork from Ingela P Arrhenius, illustrator of the bestselling Felt Flaps and Peekaboo series, and a clever rhyming text from Jonathan Emmett.
Read the rhyming story, lift the festive flaps, learn the letters of the alphabet and seasonal words and then, when you're finished, flip the book and have fun with the giant snowy concertina play-scene on the reverse! With two big sturdy flaps on every spread, this is a charming Christmas alphabet book that little ones will return to again and again.
About the Author
Jonathan Emmett worked as an architect before becoming a children's author and novelty book designer, which may explain the inspiration behind Alphabet Street, a novelty book in the form of a street elevation. Jonathan is the author of over sixty books, including Bringing Down the Moon and The Princess and the Pig and his work has been translated into over thirty different languages. He likes building things and taking things apart, playing games and solving puzzles and letting his imagination run riot.
You can find out more about Jonathan and his books at his website: jonathanemmett.com
About the Illustrator
Ingela P Arrhenius graduated from art school in the early 90s and has been working as an illustrator ever since. At first, she worked in advertising and magazines, but her focus over the past ten years has been on products and books.
Ingela has created patterns for fabrics, wallpaper and stationery, as well as packaging and home accessories. She has also collaborated with several toy producers around the world and her love of retro style, typography and colour is reflected in all her work. Ingela lives in Stockholm with her husband (an author) and two sons.