At each different house that he visits Father Christmas drinks and eats all the goodies left out for him. Before long he really needs a wee. So much so that he even forgets to leave the presents behind. But he delivers all the pressies and flies home at high speed to avoid an accident. There's just one tiny problem. He's lost his house key.
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"Written in a jolly rhyming text that also encourages counting skills, this is an ingeniously original Santa Claus story packed with silly humour that will appeal to children." --"Junior"
"This rhyming counting book will appeal to youngsters with a practical turn of mind or those who like toilet humour." --Sarah Kingsford, "Sunday Express"
Nicholas Allan studied Fine Art at the Slade and has completed an MA in creative writing at the University of East Anglia. His highly original picture books have won him several awards including the Sheffield Children's Book Award for The Queen's Knickers and the Federation of Children's Books Best Picture Book Award for Demon Teddy. He lives in Lambeth in a converted pub.