Zoomer's Out-of-This-World Christmas (Hardcover)

Harper Collins
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Zoomer's Out-of-This-World Christmas (Hardcover)

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Zoomer's Out-of-This-World Christmas

A Christmas Eve crash landing. It's the day before Christmas, and Zoomer and his brothers are outside looking for signs of Santa Claus . . . when suddenly something out of this world lands in their backyard! They all have fun playing with their new friends from space. But when the space family is missing a piece of their ship, they won't be able to get back home in time for Christmas! It looks like there's no hope for blastoff . . . until Zoomer comes to the rescue with a very special solution. Ned Young is back with more hilarious and richly detailed illustrations of Zoomer's wildly imaginative life. Kids and parents alike will laugh at this comic twist on the Christmas story and rejoice in the classic ending.

  • Hardcover
  • 32 Pages
  • Published Date: September 24, 2013

Material: Hardcover

Care: Wipe with a dry cloth

Brand: Harper Collins

Origin: Imported

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