Christmas time is full of treats and surprises! Can you find the little red-nosed reindeer? There's so much going on from wrapping presents to decorating the Christmas tree, that he may be hard to spot. Don't forget to look for other hidden objects as you work your way through every spread, taking in all the magical detail. Fantastic spot book activities, combined with festive settings, make for an informative and entertaining series. Interesting facts add further educational value to the books. Children will love this fun-packed book perfect for that special time of year.
This is Book 10 in the Spot the ... Series. See all Spot the ... books here.
Peter Riley was a science teacher for 25 years, 17 of them as Head of Science. His first book was published in 1981, and he has been a full-time author since 1996, with over 200 books published for children, students and teachers. He is the winner of the prestigious Schoolbook Award for Science in 2000, as well as being shortlisted for the Aventis Science PrMore about Krina Patel
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Following a long career as a biology teacher, Gill Arbuthnott published her first book for children, The Chaos Clock in 2003. Inspired by her love of science fiction as well as science fact, her previous works include The Keeper's Daughter for Chicken House and Germ Wars for Barrington Stoke. Previous titles for A & C Black include the fantasticMore about Marc Mones