Lighthouse Keeper Series: The Lighthouse Keeper's Christmas

Imagine: it’s the most unusual Christmas ever. Stuck in a lighthouse. How will Santa come? See how the Lighthouse Keeper solves his tricky problem in this funny festive classic. It’s Mr Grinling’s last Christmas as the Lighthouse Keeper before he retires. So he decides to celebrate in the lighthouse. But disaster strikes when he and his great-nephew, George, get stranded in the lighthouse on a stormy Christmas night! There’s no Mrs Grinling, no food and no presents. But don’t panic: the Lighthouse Keeper has a clever plan…

  • The final story in this best-loved classic series
  • Festive story with a plot that really gets kids thinking
  • Incredibly detailed pictures full of things to spot
  • A fun-filled look at a very unusual Christmas

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  • it is very ggoooodd

    7 November 2014

  • I SERIOUSLY LOVED IT MATE READ IT GUYS

    7 November 2014

  • Spending Christmas in the lighthouse after being stranded. I was worried how Santa will find George there.

    4 March 2014

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    It was very good. Millie

    24 November 2013

  • WELL I REALLY WOULD LIKE TO READ THIS BEACAUSE I LIKE CHRISTMAS

    3 January 2013

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Authors

  • Ronda Armitage

    Born in New Zealand, Ronda moved to the UK with husband David Armitage and their two young children in 1974, and has remained here ever since, working as school librarian, teacher, family counsellor and author.

    Awards

    Ronda received the Esther Glenn award for The Lighthouse Keeper’s Lunch in 1978 and the Coventry Inspiration Book Award for A Very Strange Creature in 2013.

  • David Armitage

    David Armitage was raised in Australia and studied fine art before embarking on a career which has seen his paintings exhibited throughout New Zealand, Australia and the US. He now paints and exhibits from a studio at home and is regularly exhibited throughout the UK.

    Awards

    The Lighthouse Keeper’s Lunch won the 1987 Esther Glen Award.

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