Christmas with Norbert

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Norbert the horse has never received a Christmas present and wants to know why. When his best friend, Colin the cuckoo, tells him he must somehow get a message to Santa, a wild and crazy adventure is sure to follow!

Will Norbert finally get his dream Christmas gift?
And what will Santa and Rudolph make of Norbert and the gang?

The THIRD book in the "Norbert the Horse" series!

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About James Sutherland

Writer of the 'Norbert the Horse' series, Frogarty the Witch, Ernie, plus a whole host of other silly nonsense!

Here's a bit more about him...

James Sutherland was born in Stoke-on-Trent, England, many, many, many years ago. So long ago, in fact, that he can't remember a single thing about it. The son of a musician, he moved around lots as a youngster, attending schools in the Isle of Man and Spain before returning to Stoke where he lurked until the age of 18. After going on to gain a French degree at Bangor University, North Wales, he toiled at a variety of regular office jobs before making a daring escape through a fire exit in order to concentrate on writing silly nonsense full-time. Happily married, James lives with his wife and daughter in a small but perfectly formed market town in Staffordshire. In his spare time, James enjoys playing his guitar, reading history books, and discussing the deep, philosophical mysteries of life with his goldfish, Tiffany.

To contact James, please don't hesitate to email jsutherlandbooks@gmail.com, or visit www.jamessutherlandbooks.com for all the latest news!

About the Series: Norbert the Horse
Join Norbert the horse and his wacky friends in this comic series of fun chapter books for kids!

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Review by: Victoria Zigler on Aug. 11, 2015 :
This book was fantastic; as well written and entertaining as the first two in the series, if not more so! Plus, the characters are lovable and amusing creatures.
(reviewed 2 years after purchase)

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