Clara Claus Saves Christmas
by Bonnie Bridgman and Louise Forshaw
Clara Claus Saves Christmas is an exciting festive adventure filled with fun and Christmas spirit.
Brimming with friendship, family, heart, and trust, as well as beautiful illustrations, Clara Claus is the perfect book to bring home this Christmas.
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First, the reindeer got sick. Then Santa got sick. Now it’s up to Clara Claus and her slightly annoying brother Nick to save Christmas.
But with toys to make, elves to manage, lists to sort, and flying reindeer to train, can they summon enough Christmas spirit to deliver the perfect Christmas?
Clara Claus Saves Christmas is the debut junior fiction book from author Bonnie Bridgman, with beautiful illustrations throughout from Louise Forshaw, the team that created the hugely popular Catch that Cough.
About the Author
Bonnie’s all-time favourite season is Christmas so it came as no surprise that she has written a story about it. She is her happiest in a land of imagination and the more Christmas magic and festive fun, the better. Having worked as an actress for nearly a decade Bonnie has performed in many a Christmas show. She has portrayed a rather pink and sparkly fairy bow-belles and has even dressed as a Christmas present (don’t ask).
Bonnie lives in Hampshire with her husband and daughter. When she’s not writing, or hunting down Christmas decorations, Bonnie works as a learning support assistant at an infant school which is the perfect age to test her stories out on. Her debut authored picture book Catch that Cough was published by Tiny Tree books in September 2019 and is currently in the final for the People’s Book Prize Children’s 2019/2020.
Clara Claus Saves Christmas will be Bonnie’s debut Junior Fiction.
About the Illustrator
Louise Forshaw was born in 1987 – most likely with a pencil in her hand! Her passion for drawing started at around 4 years old. Nothing was safe from her coloured pencils! Louise currently lives with her fiancé in a small town in the North East just outside Newcastle upon Tyne. She works from home in a small studio (and sometimes from the sofa) being supervised by three noisy and very naughty Jack Russell Terriers