This beautifully illustrated board book has lots of electric lights inside it for little children to discover. Mouse has no Christmas lights, so she sets out with her friend, Mole, to find some in the snowy forest.
As the story unfolds and more friends join the adventure, there are more and more lights until Mouse finds a stunning Christmas tree at the end.
This book is suitable for children over 1 year old.
Children – and adults – will love the twinkly lights that light up as you turn the pages and follow the story in this book. Mouse has no Christmas lights, so she sets out with her friend Mole and together they discover the twinkliest Christmas tree sparkling with lights. A beautiful gift and a delightful book to share during the festive season.
Please note: the bulbs in this book are activated by a light sensor and may not work if the light in the room isn’t bright enough.
Sam Taplin has been in love with words for as long as he can remember. He started writing poetry at primary school, where Mrs Holloway warned him never to put a word in a poem just because it rhymed – advice he still tries to follow when wrestling with a new poem. After studying English literature at university he was full of long words and complicated sentences, but writing books for children has helped him to realise that you don’t need lots of words to say something properly – just the right ones.
Alison Friend is the author and illustrator of Freddy & Frito and the Clubhouse Rules, which Kirkus called “a playful, lighthearted lesson about peacekeeping and place-keeping.” She is also the illustrator of Making a Friend by Tammi Sauer. She lives with her family in the Lake District in England.