Where’s Santa Claus?

Publisher: Nosy Crow

Review

This charming series of Nosy Crow’s baby board book takes a seasonal turn with Where’s Santa Claus? Ingela P Arrhenius’s jolly illustrations are bold and bright and perfect for even the youngest readers to enjoy. 

Clever design from Nosy Crow uses brightly coloured felt flaps instead of card so there’s no risk of rips, tears or papercuts. The soft flaps fold back to reveal a hidden friend on each page with a call and response text ‘Where’s Mrs Elf? Here she is!’ The peek-a-boo fun ends with an exciting surprise on the last page – ‘And where are you? There you are!’, with a hidden mirror to reveal the reader’s reflection.

This lovely novelty book is sure to delight tiny bookworms even on their very first Chrismas and is perfect for practising turning pages and a very first game of peek-a-boo!

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