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Hopscotch and the Christmas Tree

It’s almost Christmas, so Hopscotch and friends decide to put up their tree. But when their old one falls apart, no one can agree how the new one should look. Big, or small, fat or thin? Can the friends work together to find a new one? After all, it wouldn’t be Christmas without a tree… would it?

Hopscotch and the Christmas Tree is a brand new Christmas story and the first book in the Happy Go Hopscotch series. Based on the principles of The Science of Happiness, Happy Go Hopscotch teaches children and parents alike the importance of being happy.

Follow Hopscotch the horse, Malcom the cow, Barbara the sheep, Carlo the cat, Ingrid the pig and Jules the chicken on their first snowy adventure and learn that, whilst everyone is different and likes different things, we can all come together to reach a common goal.

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A fun Christmas picturebook with a message about staying positive. The animals living in Rainbow Mews are disappointed to find that their beloved old Christmas tree is no longer up to surviving another festive season. Struggling to source the perfect replacement, the little cast of animals find themselves thinking outside the box to create a wonderful solution to reclaiming their festive cheer instead. An uplifting, appealing and original Christmas story suitable for KS1 and reception.

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