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How Will Santa Find Us?

How Will Santa Find Us?
With artwork from some of Ireland's best-loved illustrators and all proceeds going to support Focus Ireland.
Our Price: €16.99
ISBN/EAN9780717186679
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Publisher: Gill
Author: O'BRIEN
Format: Hardback
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When their family loses their home, a little girl and her younger brother are left with nowhere to stay for Christmas. As they move from place to place, their parents distract them by taking them on a journey through their imaginations. Everywhere they visit becomes an exciting new world. They climb mountains on a friend's couch. They become ghosts in a hotel lobby. They go on safari while sleeping in their car... But with all this moving around, where will they end up on Christmas Eve? And most importantly, how will Santa find them?
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