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Two enchanting audio extracts read by Stephen Fry and Carey Mulligan

Award-winning author Matt Haig’s Christmas stories, accompanied by stunning illustrations by Chris Mould, appeal to adults and children alike. A Boy Called Christmas presents the true tale of Father Christmas, proving that nothing is impossible, while The Girl Who Saved Christmas asks whether, if magic has a beginning, can it also have an end?

This excerpt is read by Stephen Fry. 

 

This excerpt is read by Carey Mulligan. 

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A Boy Called Christmas and The Girl Who Saved Christmas, both by Matt Haig and illustrated by Chris Mould, are out now published by Canongate Books priced £9.99 each or £20 for the boxed special edition set of both books.

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