Tom Gates #6: Extra Special Treats (Not)

Forget waiting for snow: this winter we’re all waiting for Tom’s Christmas diary. And here it is – in an exclusive paperback! Yes: doodling Tom is back… along with crazy knits, big sister woes and snow-filled fun. We love! Tom says: “It’s really cold outside and we’re all hoping it’s going to snow. Yeah! Derek and I could make a snow Rooster and have a snowball fight (look out, Delia!). Granny Mavis has started to knit me a new winter jumper, but by the looks of things I’m not sure it’s going to fit…”

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  • really good and one of the best

    25 January 2017

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    The book is epic. It has really cool and mind blowing drawings that I can not draw. I am currently reading it but it is good so far.

    8 March 2015

  • loved it

    I love tom gates and also at school liz pichon came and did fun stuff and I even got her outograghf we mad a big pizza monster and we did the front cover of one of her books it was awesome !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    14 February 2015

  • loved it

    this book is awesome. i am in the middle of reading it it but it is really good.

    25 October 2014

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    i love this book

    17 September 2014

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    Liz Pichon

    Liz Pichon’s brilliant Tom Gates series has sold well over 2 million copies, and has picked up oodles of top awards. We love it!


    Liz has picked up oodles of awards for Tom Gates titles, including the Roald Dahl Funny Prize, Red House Book Award, Waterstones Children’s Book Prize and the Blue Peter Book Award. Her picture books have also received acclaim: she won the Nestle Smarties Award for My Big Brother Boris the Bishops Stortford Picture Book Award for Dave.

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