Katie's London Christmas

Katie's London Christmas

James Mayhew / Feb 17, 2020

Katie s London Christmas Discover the magic of London at Christmas time with classic picture book character Katie When Katie and Jack are woken up late on Christmas Eve by a loud sneeze little do they realise that they are

  • Title: Katie's London Christmas
  • Author: James Mayhew
  • ISBN: 9781408326411
  • Page: 427
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Discover the magic of London at Christmas time with classic picture book character, Katie When Katie and Jack are woken up late on Christmas Eve by a loud sneeze, little do they realise that they are about to embark on the most amazing evening Soon they are flying high across London, over snow dusted landmarks, through the star scattered sky with the one and only FatherDiscover the magic of London at Christmas time with classic picture book character, Katie When Katie and Jack are woken up late on Christmas Eve by a loud sneeze, little do they realise that they are about to embark on the most amazing evening Soon they are flying high across London, over snow dusted landmarks, through the star scattered sky with the one and only Father Christmas, in his sleigh, with his magical reindeer But can they help Father Christmas to deliver all his presents and be back in time for Christmas morning This is the perfect gift and why not collect all 13 Katie titles, including Katie in London London comes to life in this magical adventure Independent on Sunday This story features some of London s best sights, including Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Covent Garden, Trafalgar Square and many landmarks.

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    About "James Mayhew"

      • James Mayhew

        Born in Stamford, Lincolnshire in1964, James Mayhew grew up in the Dickensian village of Blundeston in Suffolk After completing a Foundation Course at Lowestoft College, he studied illustration at Maidstone College of Art, graduating in 1987 with First Class honours His first book for children was Katie s Pictures Show, Orchard Books 1989 establishing the long running series about a child s adventures in an art gallery Many of his books have a cultural agenda and James is passionate about introducing children to art, music, opera, ballet and traditional tales.He has published over 60 books, and illustrated and written for many other colleagues including Philippa Pearce, Martin Waddell and Jackie Morris.As a storyteller he has devised and performed a series of sell out concerts for children with the de Havilland Philharmonic Orchestra, and has participated in prom performances at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.He has also created designs and illustrations for the Kirov Mariinsky Opera of St Petersburg and in 1994 won the New York Times award for one of the ten best illustrated books on the year The Boy and The Cloth of Dreams.He has made regular appearances at the National Galleries in Edinburgh and London and visits many schools, and arts and literary festivals.James is a member of the Art Worker s Guild and the Society of Authors.


    792 Comments

    1. When my children were younger, we had a few of these Katie books. I couldn’t resist getting this Christmas one the other day when we visited a book boat that stopped here. I love the whole English feel about it, things like “Father Christmas” and there were lots of Welsh corgis, which are my favorite.


    2. Surprisingly, I didn't care for this book. We usually really like James Mayhew books but this one was a bit lacking for usb 11/14/17


    3. First sentence: It was Christmas Eve, and Katie and Jack were fast asleep at Grandma's house. Premise/plot: Katie and her brother help Father Christmas deliver presents in and around London. They are helping because Father Christmas has a horrid cold. Readers are along for the journey, and thereby learn a little bit about places to go and see in London. My thoughts: I liked this one well enough. I didn't love it. I didn't find it oh-so-charming. But I liked it. I have a vague memory of meeting K [...]


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