|Subtitle||The biography of Christmas|
|Non Fiction Genre||Biography Other|
How did Christmas become today’s bulging stocking of goodies? In this delightful sleigh-ride through Christmas history, Kerensa answers the festive questions you never thought to ask. From Roman revelry to singing Bing, via Santa, Scrooge and a snoozing saviour, this timeless tale is perfect trivia fodder for the Christmas dinner-table.
Paul Kerensa is a British Comedy Award-winning writer and comedian. He’s written several books, including ‘So a Comedian Walks Into a Church’ and is a regular on BBC Radio 2’s ‘Pause for Thought’. Paul’s Christmas generally includes port, Shakin’ Stevens and Blackadder’s Christmas Carol.
“I didn’t know how much I didn’t know about Christmas until I read this brilliant book.” Jeremy Vine
“A brilliant writer, fantastic communication, deep thinker, and extremely decent bloke.” Chris Evans
“I love Paul, I love Christmas, no surprise I love this book – the perfect stocking filler.” Miranda Hart
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