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Riassunto: The Christmas Key is THE ORIGINAL ‘Christmas Advent-ure’; with one action packed chapter for each day of advent, the story builds throughout December to its climax on Christmas Day.
The Christmassy-ness of this year’s Christmas teeters precariously upon the narrow shoulders of a young boy named Jack Robins. Unbeknownst to Jack, a secret organisation have personally selected him to fulfil an extraordinary Christmas task, second only in importance to that carried out by Father Christmas himself.
Join Jack and the entire Robins family for an unforgettable Christmas holiday at Châteaux Noël, France.
Jack soon discovers that there is more to the chateaux than first meets the eye, and with the enlisted support of Cousins Charlie, Lilly and Daisy, he sets about unearthing its mysteries.
Follow Jack and his cousins as they stumble headlong into a magical Christmas adventure, which should, if all goes to plan, culminate in the discovery of an ancient secret, hidden deep beneath the chateaux.
Does Jack have what it takes to ensure a Christmassy Christmas? Or will his doddery Granddad, a mysterious guest or a pair of terrible teenagers scupper his efforts?
About the Author:
Paul Withers writes stories for his childhood-self.
Paul’s stories combine action, adventure, mystery and magic to create immersing tales that captivate young minds.
Paul’s first published work ‘The Christmas Key’ (2013) provides a fresh take on the age-old advent-calendar in the form of a self-labelled ‘Christmas Advent-ure’; With one action-packed chapter for each day of advent, the story builds throughout December to its climax on Christmas Day.
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Descrizione libro CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback. Condizione libro: Brand New. This item is printed on demand. Codice libro della libreria zk1492959820
Descrizione libro CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback. Condizione libro: Fair. Codice libro della libreria G1492959820I5N00