Of all the Baby Santa books I read this week, I have to say that I think Baby Santa’s Worldwide Christmas Adventure was my favorite. When Santa goes to find his sled to get ready to deliver all the gifts, he finds it missing! The elves had brought it in to be fixed but were now worried that it wouldn’t be finished in time for Christmas Eve! What will they do?
Well, of course, Baby Santa has an idea! Even though the sled is magic – can’t they just use the way that everyone else gets around to do the trick? Cars, plans, etc? Santa thinks that this just might work, but he will need someone to come along to help carry all the gifts. Of course – Baby Santa is ready to go!
The book ends with some famous transportation from around the world – double decker buses, gondolas, etc. With some really cute illustrations to go along.
I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review I was not otherwise ocmpensated.
About the Book
What in the world is Santa going to do when his sleigh breaks down?
The presents are packed up, Santa is ready . . . but where is his magical sleigh? For the first time in history, Santa’s sleigh is broken. Santa is grounded on the most important night of the year. How will children around the world get their presents?
Baby Santa, the youngest member of the Claus family, comes to the rescue. With his boundless energy, bright smile, and bouncy enthusiasm, Santa’s son hatches a plan to save Christmas and have a traveling adventure at the same time.
Baby Santa takes his father on a great Christmas race around the world. Leaping into jeeps, cavorting on camels, and balancing in balloons, Baby Santa and his dad rely on local transportation to help them deliver presents to each and every locale.
With ingenuity and insight, Baby Santa saves Christmas and shows what sons and fathers can accomplish when they work together. This inspiring story will liven up the holidays as children (and their parents) experience the wonders of traveling the globe with the youngest adventurer from the North Pole.