Father Christmas Needs a Wee!

A family favourite for little laughter-lovers. Can Santa hold it in until the last page? Hmmm: no prizes for guessing who drew this Santa. That naughty Nicholas (definitely not a saint) Allan is at it again! He showed us the Queen’s knickers. He peeked into the royal baby’s nappy cabinet. And now Santa’s is in for some red-faced fun. Ho ho ho! He’s had a tipple of sherry or a glass of milk at every house in the world. Now he’s busting for the loo. But there’s no toilet in sight. Oh no! He REALLY needs a wee! Will he make it back to Lapland in time?

  • A festive family favourite to make kids laugh out loud
  • Counting practice tucked into a witty Christmas story
  • Nicholas Allan is famed for his cheeky sense of humour
  • His books include The Royal Nappy and Cinderella’s Bum

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  • It was so funny. Santa Clause had too much to drink and needs a wee!

    4 March 2014

  • liked it

    You just can’t picture Santa desperate for a wee? Well with this book you can. It’s very funny and good for young children

    8 March 2013

  • My favourite bit is when santa gets home and rushes through the door.

    This book is a rhyming counting book that is great for young ages.

    I rate this book 10/10 it was really funny!

    Charlie, aged 6

    5 December 2011

  • loved it

    I think this book is verry funny and interesting.

    Santa is going to wet his pants!!!!!!!

    Ma ha ha

    weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeey pants

    santa needs a wee wee poor santa

    LOL santa must get to the toilet soon or something verry funny, embarasing and very very wet!!!!!!!!

    Santa is a weeeeeeeeeee weeeeeeeeeeeeeee head!

    22 November 2011

  • wwwwweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!

    I love it!

    Weey

    6 October 2011

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  • Awards

    Nicholas Allan won the Sheffield Children’s Book Prize for The Queen’s Knickers and the Red House Award for Demon Teddy.

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