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All the timeless charm of Brambly Hedge in a beautiful modern series. Come to a secret valley full of woodland animals, where it has just started to snow! Willow Valley is nestled amid rolling green hills full of trees and flowers. Today all the animals who live there can’t wait to play in the snow. Join them as they go tobogganing and share all sorts of winter merriment. Like every perfect snowy day, this one will end indoors with a snug and cosy treat…

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Willow Valley (book 5)





Date published

November 1st, 2012

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    on 23 October 2012

    It took me four days to read this book. I love this book because it is filled with the joy of Christmas.

    My favourite character was Riley because he picked the big and bushy tree. I liked Horatio because he is very funny, he picked a tree that was wonky and later on when riding on the sledge all the snow stuck to his hedgehog spikes which made me laugh. I like Starla as she likes things all neat and tidy and I like things all neat and tidy.

    I liked it when all the animals visited the village square and stood around the biggest Christmas tree and sung Christmas carols and talked about what presents they may get.

    My favourite part was when they decorated Riley’s tree and put the star on the top. Riley made a reindeer chain and I liked seeing this around the tree.

    The bad thing in the story was that they got stuck in the river but in the end they got rescued by Mistletoe the reindeer and took them back to Willow Valley. I think this book is for age 4-8 for girls.

    Stephanie, aged 7