The Christmasaurus: The Musical Edition by Tom FletcherI LOVE this book! It is Christmassy, amazing and crumpety all at once! Toby, aged 8
Read and sing-along to Tom Fletchers BESTSELLING magical tale this Christmas . . . Now an upcoming stage production.
*Includes exclusive CD with 14 new songs by Tom Fletcher*
They sang and danced a merry celebration with their new dinosaur friend . . . It was a Christmas Eve that none of them would ever forget.
The Christmasaurus is a story about a boy named William Trundle and a dinosaur, the Christmasaurus. Its about how they meet one Christmas Eve and have an extraordinary adventure. Its about friendship and family, sleigh bells and Santa, singing elves and flying reindeer, music and magic. Its about discovering your hearts true desire, and learning that the impossible might just be possible . . .
The Christmasaurus: The Musical Edition includes 14 songs on CD, all written and performed by Tom Fletcher, accompanied by a full orchestra with performances by Giovanna Fletcher, Carrie Hope-Fletcher and Santa Claus! And listen out for newcomer Max Reader singing Someone More Than Me and Harry Judd on drums in Afraid of Heights.
Throughout the book youll find prompts telling you which track to listen to as you read the story, and at the back are all the lyrics, so you can sing along, too!
1. It Must Be Christmas Time
2. Dig, Diggedy Dig (The Digging Song)
3. The Christmasaurus
4. Thin Ice
5. Someone More Than Me
6. The Nice List
7. Ive Been a Good Girl
8. I Believe It Could
9. I Ho, Ho, Hope Its Santa
10. I Love Creatures
11. Christmas Makes Me Sick
12. Afraid of Heights
13. Dont Know What It Is
14. If You Believe
The Christmasaurus Soundtrack
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Registered in Ireland: The video tells the inspirational story of Lily Rice, who is the first European female to perform a backflip in a wheelchair, set to his track Afraid Of Heights.
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