When Wolf, Weasel, and Fox steal a turkey for their Christmas feast, no one expects the meal to have her own ideas about the celebration. Don’t they want to fatten her up first? Haven’t they even hung up mistletoe or baked gingerbread? But the more time the three friends spend with Turkey, the less anyone wants the fun to end…
Perfect for holiday story times, this festive book will provide plenty of laughs with its witty narration, amusing characters, and playful illustrations.
One year, the wolf, the fox, and the weasel decided to treat themselves to a Christmas feast.
Fox was in charge of stealing the turkey. And since he was clever, he went early to find the best–looking one. But the adventure got complicated once he returned to the burrow . . .
“Oh, what a mess it is here!” the turkey exclaimed, barely out of the bag the fox had stuffed her into. “Didn’t you ever learn to clean up your den before inviting a girl over?”
“You’re not my guest!” Fox protested. “You are my Christmas feast!”
“Even more reason to get rid of this mess! A Christmas feast is a big deal. You have to put some care into it. For starters, you need to clean things up and let in some fresh air. I can’t stand untidiness.”
And Turkey perched on the chair to oversee the work.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Nathalie Dargent is a children’s author, screenwriter, illustrator, and blogger. She lives in Paris.
The Christmas Feast is her English−language debut. Visit Nathalie’s website at nathaliedargent.com.
ABOUT THE ILLUSTRATOR
Magali Le Huche is the illustrator of This Is a Good Story (Simon & Schuster), All My Friends Are Fast Asleep
(Farrar, Straus and Giroux), With Dad, It’s Like That (Albert Whitman), and over 40 other books for children.
She studied illustration in Strasbourg. Magali lives in Paris, where she often teaches art workshops for children.