This sweet Christmas picture book starring Fletcher the fox is perfect for family sharing.
The cozy pictures "evoke the sensory pleasures of the winter woods as well as the comforts of friendship and a close community," commented Booklist.
It's Christmas Eve, and the rabbits have moved to a new burrow. Fletcher is excited about celebrating the holiday with them, until he realizes...Santa Claus won't know where to deliver their presents!
But after a cozy night of caroling and blackberry pie, Fletcher wakes to a snowy Christmas morning full of wonderful surprises.
Get into the spirit of the Christmas season with Fletcher and friends!
About the Author
Julia Rawlinson grew up in London and graduated from Southampton University with a degree in geography. She is the author of Fletcher and the Falling Leaves and Fletcher and the Springtime Blossoms, illustrated by Tiphanie Beeke. She lives in London with her husband and two sons.
Tiphanie Beeke attended the Royal College of Art, where she earned a master's degree in communication and design. She is the illustrator of The Duck Who Played the Kazoo, by Amy E. Sklansky, and many other books for children. The artist lives in France with her husband and three children.
— The Horn Book
“The gentle, simple story is deftly told with just the right amount of suspense and a nice balance of dialogue and exposition.”
— Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
“Colorful warm pastel illustrations fill each page and evoke the spirit of the season.”
— School Library Journal
— ALA Booklist