As my last post of 2019, here are my five favourite picture books of the year.
This joyful rhyming board book follows the Christmas adventures of Ruby Reindeer who is helping Santa deliver Christmas presents.
How Winston Delivered Christmas is a creative advent calendar in the form of an exquisitely illustrated story book that will become a part of the family Christmas traditions for years to come.
Sunny travels the globe in search of the perfect Christmas but no where feels quite right? Can he work out where the perfect Christmas is before it’s too late?
This rhyming board book is a fun and bright retelling of the Christmas story. Drawing on Luke 2:10-11, children see the Good News being spread far and wide.
Written as an exchange of letters between anxious Frederick and free-spirit Emily, this book is about knowing your fears and doing it anyway.
Matthew is certain that this is going to be the worst Christmas ever. But his little sister, Lucy, is on the hunt for a miracle...
Tree wants adventure and excitement this Christmas. But Bauble, Belle and Tinsel Snake are in no mood for Tree’s antics and will stop at nothing to have the perfect tree this Christmas. But can they learn to love Tree for who it is?