Author(s): David Lucas
It's Christmas Eve at the Toy Museum and when the lights go out the magic begins! One very special Christmas Eve, Bunting and the rest of the toys in the museum are gathered around the tree - but what's this? There are no presents! What can they do? The normally reserved Bunting has a wonderful idea. Why don't the toys give themselves to each other as gifts? The toys learn about the true gift of giving in this gentle and affectionate picture book from one of Britain's brightest new talents. David Lucas is a rising star in children's picture books - in 2008 he was named as one of The Big Picture campaign's Best New Illustrators. All the excitement and magic of Christmas Eve recaptured every night at bedtime. An all-time favourite child's fantasy is realized as all the toys come to LIFE!
David Lucas is the internationally acclaimed author/illustrator of Lost in the Toy Museum (9780744557992), Peanut (9781406319583), The Skeleton Pirate (9781406315059), The Lying Carpet and Halibut Jackson. Born in Middlesbrough, he grew up in Hackney and studied at the Royal College of Art. He lives and works in London, E2.