Thanksgiving is this week which means that starting on Friday, the holiday season is upon us! (Or, if you’re like me, the holiday season has been here since Halloween. Yes I’m one of ‘those people.’) 

Check out our newest holiday book, The Santa Trap (October 2012)!

The Santa Trap
Written by Jonathan Emmett
Illustrated by Poly Bernatene

Bradley Bartleby is bad. 

Very bad. 

To avoid Bradley’s wrath, his wealthy parents buy him whatever he wants. All the adults in Bradley’s life are running scared–except for Santa Claus, who refuses to give him anything but socks. But Bradley vows to get what he deserves. If Santa won’t give him the fits he wants, Bradley will just have to steal them. 

It takes Bradley a full year to execute is plan. In the end, he trasforms his house into a trap so fearsome even his parents refuse to enter it. With dynamite, trapdoors, guillotines, and tigers in his path, Santa doesn’t stand a chance. 

Or does he?    

Take a look at some of our other holiday books from past seasons!

Jingle Bells
Written by John Harris
Illustrated byAdam Gustavson


Santa’s Eleven Months Off
Written by Mike Reiss
Illustrated by Michael G. Montgomery

Santa recovers from a hectic December by embarking on a hilrious campaign of adverture and self-improvement.

Santa’s Last Present
Written by Marie-Aude Murail and Elvire Murail
Illustrated by Quentin Blake

Julian thinks he’s getting to big to believe in Santa, but when he finds an extra present under the tree, he discovers that he may not be too old after all.


Where Teddy Bears Come From
Written by Mark Burgess
Illustrated by Russell Ayto

A little wolf knows just what he needs to get a good night’s sleep: a teddy bear to cuddle, just like in his favorite story book.

Little Rabbit’s Christmas
Written and Illustrated by Harry Horse 

Happy Thanksgiving (and as always, happy reading!)