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    • ISBN:9781444932188
    • Publication date:04 Oct 2018

Christmas Fairy Tale Mix-Up

By Hilary Robinson
Illustrated by Jim Smith

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  • £12.99

Mix and match the Christmas fairy tales! A festive follow-up to the bestselling Mixed Up Fairy Tales and Spooky Fairy Tale Mix Up.

Create your own hilarious festive fairy tales with this ingenious, split-page, spiral bound book. A follow-up to the bestselling Mixed up Fairy Tales illustrated by the creator of the much-loved Barry Loser.

Oh no! Santa has got stuck down the chimney while delivering presents to The Three Little Pigs... Flip the flaps to create hundreds of mixed-up stories, featuring favourite Christmas and fairy tale characters.

Includes: Santa Claus, Jack Frost, Cinderella, Snow White, The Christmas Fairy, The Three Bears and more!

Praise for Mixed Up Fairy Tales: 'Variations enough for plenty of delightfully silly combinations.' - Guardian

Biographical Notes

Hilary Robinson (Author)
Hilary Robinson is the author of over 40 children's books including the top selling Mixed Up Fairy Tales and The Copper Tree. She is also a broadcaster and freelance BBC radio producer. Hilary was born in Devon and brought up in Nigeria and England. Her books have been translated into a number of languages and are sold across the world.

Jim Smith (Illustrator)
Jim Smith is the author of the Barry Loser fiction series. I am not a Loser by Barry Loser was published in 2012, having already sold rights to nine countries. The sequel, I am Still Not a Loser, was the winner of the Roald Dahl Funny Prize 2013 and declared the funniest book for children aged seven to fourteen. Jim has now written six Barry Loser books and begun a spin-off series Future Ratboy, the first insltalment of which won the 2017 Laugh Out Loud Award for 6-8 year olds. He has also designed a hugely successful range of stationery and gift products under the name Waldo Pancake.

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  • ISBN: 9781444932171
  • Publication date: 05 Oct 2017
  • Page count: 30
  • Imprint: Hodder Children's Books
Courful, wacky illustrations compliment each statement. Great fun! — Carousel

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'Lively without being irreverent.' - The Bookseller
'A thoughtful and heartfelt survey.' - TES
'Just what the modern child should have' - Marianne Adey, Co-Ordinator Children's Book Award

Classic fairy tales have been re-told often but none so entertaining and unusual as Mixed Up Fairy Tales...Whilst familiarising young children with classic fairy stories...it also introduces the endless imaginative possibilities of writing.

Children (and adults) will be enraptured from the first page. Sharratt's bright and bold illustrations bring alive the characters in this book making it accessible and involving.

Children will want to revisit this book time and again to discover new stories...the possibilities appear endless.

— Gayle Morison
Ingenious, imaginative fun. — Bookseller
Our most-loved nursery rhymes can be mixed up with hilarious consequences, thanks to this sequel to the best-selling Mixed Up Fairy Tales. — Coventry Telegraph
Variations enough for plenty of delightfully silly combinations. — The Guardian
Endless fun... hilarious. — Parents in Touch
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Favourite Mixed Up Fairy Tales

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First came the phenomenal bestselling Mixed up Fairy Tales with sales over 100,000 copies to date, and now comes More Mixed up Fairy Tales! This ingenious split-page, spiral bound book lets you create your own hilarious versions of the most-loved rhymes. What would happen if the Pied Piper grew long hair and flew away with a yellow brick road? The total number of mix ups is 1728 combinations! Includes: The Pied Piper, The Little Mermaid, Pinocchio, Rapunzel, Tom Thumb, Rumpstiltskin, The Gingerbread Mab, Robin Hood, Thumbelina, Hansel and Gretel and The Frog Prince.Praise for Mixed Up Fairy Tales: 'Variations enough for plenty of delightfully silly combinations.' - Guardian

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Aladdin and the Lamp

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Aladdin is very poor and very, very lazy. His mother does not know what to do with him. When a magician comes to town and pretends to be his uncle, Aladdin's adventures really begin!A beautifully illustrated retelling of this favourite traditional story. Must Know Stories includes favourite tales, celebrating the diversity of our literary heritage. Level 2 stories are told in chapters in under 1000 words.

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Rapunzel

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"Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your hair!"In this favourite fairy tale, the beautiful girl is locked in a tower by a jealous witch. She can only be reached by the witch climbing her long hair. Then, one day, a prince comes riding by. Will the pair ever escape the clutches of the witch?Must Know Stories includes favourite tales, celebrating the diversity of our literary heritage. Level 1 stories are told in under 500 words, for children to read independently.

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Mixed Up Nursery Rhymes

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Hansel & Gretel and the Ugly Duckling

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Beauty & the Pea

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The beast of Pea Castle was sad and lonely. He needed a kiss from a princess to turn him back into a handsome prince. One day, Beauty arrived at the castle. The beast put a pea under her matress and she could not sleep a wink. Was Beauty the princess that could break the spell? Fairytale Jumbles is a series of four rhyming books for Purple Band 8 of the Start Reading programme.

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Cinderella and the Beanstalk

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Rapunzel & the Billy Goats

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Snow White and The Enormous Turnip

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Three Pigs and a Gingerbread Man

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The three little pigs are busy baking a gingerbread man, when the wolf comes by to 'huff and puff and blow' their house down!

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The Elves and the Emperor

Hilary Robinson, Simona Sanfilippo
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The Elves are helping to make the Emperor a brand new set of clothes.

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Pocahontas the Peacemaker

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Pocahontas leads a quiet life until a ship full of strangers arrives in her village. Pocahontas wants to make friends but the chief does not trust them...Hopscotch Histories are brand new stories in historical settings, told in under 400 words, perfect for children who are building up their reading confidence

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The Royal Jumble Sale

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There's panic at the palace! The king is looking everywhere for his ring, and he fears it must have been put into the jumble sale by mistake... where one earth could it be now? Leapfrog Rhyme Time features fun, rhyming stories of no more than 180 words for children who are starting to read on their own.

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Mixed Up Fairy Tales

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This fantastic split page, spiral bound book allows the reader to mix and match different combinations of fairy tales with hilarious results. What would happen if Goldilocks had two horrid stepsisters and fell asleep for a hundred years? Would she be woken by a hungry wolf or Little Red Riding Hood's Granny?

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Albert Uderzo

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Alex T. Smith

Author-illustrator Alex T. Smith is the award-winning creator of the bestselling Claude series, which is published in 16 languages worldwide, and is now a TV show on Disney Junior. Alex's newest series, Mr Penguin, launched in 2017, to widespread praise. Alex's quirky, witty writing and illustrations are instantly recognisable, critically acclaimed and as popular with adults as children. Alex is also widely praised for his work illustrating children's classics: he won Children's Book of the World Illustration Award for his illustrations in a new edition of Dodie Smith's The Hundred and One Dalmatians; he has created new art for books by Enid Blyton, Eva Ibbotson and Richmal Crompton. Alex has collaborated with Watership Down author Richard Adams on his last book, Egg Box Dragon, as well as David Almond and Juno Dawson. Alex has won the UKLA Picture Book Award and the Sainsbury's Children's Book Award, and been shortlisted for the Waterstones Children's Book Award. He has also been the official World Book Day illustrator.