A favourite festive poem is given a brilliant tipsy twist. This is the perfect Christmas gift for harassed parents everywhere.
It is Christmas Eve and as usual mum and dad are knee-deep in presents that need to be wrapped. Dad suggests a sherry 'to keep us both going.'
Then out comes the Baileys. And mum hits the rum. Hours of merriment and a stocking-clad tango later, they drift off to sleep the living room in disarray, the presents unwrapped and their careful Christmas preparations in ruins. But come morning it seems a mysterious visitor has saved the day.
Katie Blackburn is the author of Where the Wild Mums Are, a humorous homage to the children's bestseller Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak.
Katie lives in London with her husband and young child. Katie has also written a picture book which helps children to fall asleep, Dozy Bear and the Secret of Sleep which has received rave reviews from C4's Three Day Nanny, Kathryn Mewes and a clinical hypnotherapist.
Sholto trained to be a painter, but his talent for drawing led him into illustration.
He's happiest when he can take an idea and turn it into a picture.
Cycling is one of Sholto's main passions and for a while he even thought of becoming a professional.
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