A heart-warming Christmas tale about hope, friendship and being different. Children and grown-ups will fall in love with little Bruce Spruce and his fir tree friends! For ages 3-5 +.
As the snow starts to fall on Christmas Eve morning, little Bruce Spruce dreams about finding a home for Christmas Day. But when things don't quite go to plan he finds that his friends are there for him - and all is not lost...
This delightful children's Christmas picture book from UK bestselling children's author of The Secret Lake, Karen Inglis, comes with stunning pen and ink hand-drawn illustrations by Anne Swift, featuring little Bruce Spruce, Penelope Pine, Douglas Fir and Cedrick Cypress - along with a charming Christmas robin and an inquisitive squirrel!
Perfect for parents and grandparents to share with pre-school children and grandchildren or for nursery school or kindergarten teachers to share in class in the holiday season. The cast offers plenty of scope for children to dress up as the characters and act out the story and discuss hope, empathy, kindness and friendship.
A wonderful Christmas story gift for children ages 3-5 or ages 4-6, and for all grown-ups who love picture books! Scroll up to order with one click today!
|Well Said Press
|8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.09(d)
|3 - 5 Years
About the Author
ANNE SWIFT is an architect, illustrator, artist and all-round unstoppable creative. She grew up on a farm in South Africa, studied architecture in Cape Town and moved to England over 30 years ago. She spends her time between London, Wiltshire and Cape Town - and sailing in the Med.