The Fight Before Christmas by Chris McCormack & Naomi Lunn

The Fight Before Christmas

By Chris McCormack & Naomi Lunn

  • Release Date: 2013-10-18
  • Genre: Christmas & Advent
Score: 5
From 9 Ratings
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It’s the night before Christmas and all through the house not a creature is stirring not even a mouse.... 

But when Christmas Tree wakes and declares himself the King of Christmas, peace and quiet go out the window and the Christmas things fight over the true meaning of Christmas! 

From the author and illustrator of PONG! comes a delightful and fun tale about the spirit of Christmas.


  • Wonderfully written and illustrated

    By beherenow_uk
    Such a lovely warming read. The hidden interactivity is an added bonus for kids.
  • Just Lovely!!

    By sumlysum
    Lovely lovely story. Magical - loads of stuff to tap and find too
  • Gorgeously festive and loads of fun

    By Abbie42
    Love this jaunty rhyming book about various Christmas characters arguing over who is king of Christmas. Children will recognise the familiar Clement C Moore poem, but will enjoy this fresh take on it, with some wonderful humorous touches.
  • Wonderfully fun interactive book

    By Judjdee
    This is such a fun story, with so many angles to it - you (and your children!) can simply read it and enjoy a what is a lovely rhyming story with a feel-good Christmas message... Or you can interact with it, clicking on the hidden extras and doing the quiz. Or you can listen to it being read. My children (8 and 10) enjoyed it very much.
  • Mrs

    By Emma laith
    A great book for children, with fantastic pictures. The story has a fun twist on 'what is Christmas all about?' and the interactive links are a great way to learn extra facts.
  • The Fight Before Christmas

    By Bleak124
    A charming, amusing and very up-to-date re-working of a classic poem. An ideal book to share with my grandchildren.
  • I like the hidden extras

    By SalisburyDad
    A fun story: just the job for this time of year. My 4 year old likes having it read to him by the narrator as he can press the audio button on each page. He laughs at Rudolph and the marching sprouts. We both like searching for the hidden speech bubbles. I think the quiz at the end will appeal to older children (and competitive Dads) and I like having the original poem there to read also.
  • Great little Xmas book

    By Lizzy-73
    Me and my children loved this book. An amusing twist on the original ' 'Twas the Night Before Xmas'. My children enjoyed the interactive info points and the detail in each picture. The option to hear the story (and even a song) being read out loud is great for the little ones to sit and read again to themselves.