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Busy Nativity: A Push, Pull, Slide Book – the Perfect Christmas Gift!
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Busy Nativity: A Push, Pull, Slide Book – the Perfect Christmas Gift!

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Busy Nativity: A Push, Pull, Slide Book – the Perfect Christmas Gift! Reviews | Toppsta

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Busy Nativity introduces young children to the wonderful story of the First Christmas. Push, pull and turn the tabs to join Mary and Joseph on their long journey to Bethlehem, marvel as a host of angels appear and see beautiful baby Jesus in his crib.

The perfect gift for toddlers with inquisitive fingers and minds, they will love playing with the easy-to-handle mechanisms in this bright and colourful board book with gentle rhyming text and magical illustrations by Emily Bolam.

Keep little ones busy with more festive favourites in the Busy Book series: Busy Christmas, Busy Santa, and Busy Reindeer.

Busy Nativity: A Push, Pull, Slide Book – the Perfect Christmas Gift! Reviews | Toppsta

9781509828951

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This is Book 18 in the Campbell Busy Books Series. See all Campbell Busy Books books here.

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About Campbell Books

Samantha Meredith graduated from Loughborough University in 2001 with a BA (Hons) in illustration. She works from home in North London, mostly designing and illustrating children's books, but occasionally working on greeting cards, gift wrap, craft projects and toy packaging. She has been widely published by clients including Egmont, Parragon, Scholastic, Ca

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About Emily Bolam

Born in Amersham Buckinghamshire into a family of artists and other creative types, Emily has always flourished in art classes and decided she would like to be an artist when she was 5. She attended Brighton school of Art 1987-1990 and continues to live in the town working from a converted warehouse studio close to the beach. Despite spending all day drawing

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