The Chicken who Saved Christmas

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Sterling Publishing Company, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Glittery pages as sparkling as snowflakes, shiny spot-laminated pictures that shimmer and bounce, absolutely adorable illustrations, and one smart chicken: with its fun and festive surprises, this lively story makes the perfect Christmas book.

Achoo! Santa’s got a cold and it’s Christmas Eve. With his sniffles and sneezes and nose red as Rudolph’s, how can he deliver his gifts to all good girls and boys? What a calamity. Can one tiny chicken come to the rescue and get Santa off the ground and on his way? Sure she can, with a little loving care and the help of her barnyard friends. Children will cheer the quick-witted hen and her resourceful pals-and they’ll love the bright illustrations and special glittery spread at the back.

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About the author (2004)

Daniel Howarth trained in illustration in college. He then created his own line of greeting cards and sold them personally around southwestern England. Since then he has illustrated more than fifty children's books including Hoppy Hanukkah! and Will You Still Love Me? He and his family live in a thatched cottage in Devon along with two dogs, seventeen chickens, four ducks (and one wild rabbit).

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