Book Review: Who Is Santa?

whoissantaWho Is Santa? is geared at kids and explaining the story of Santa and how he got to the North Pole.  I thought this would be a short book but was surprised to see that it was actually over 100 pages.  Don’t be alarmed though – while there is a lot of text (probably better for an older child or to read out loud to younger children) each page has an illustration on it, so it’s not really quite as long as it appears.

It’s a cute and fun story to tell your kids around Christmas time to explain to them who Santa is.

I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review I was not otherwise compensated.

About the Book

Who is Santa? And how did he get to the North pole? Is a delightfully creative and entertaining reading experience guaranteed to make your heart smile. Stephen shares how Santa and Mrs. Claus discovered the mischievous but devoted Elfians, why Santa uses a sleigh and how in the world reindeer learned to fly. How DID Santa and Mrs. Claus get to the North Pole, and what was Elf Norman’s big idea? Where did the sweet invention of Candy Canes come from? You will learn how Santa fixed a case of the Grumpies and how the actual North Pole itself was discovered. Throughout the story line are lessons on the value of sharing, teamwork, and treating others well. Parents and Grandparents will find this book will bring families together with fun and laughter, with many nights of happy reading. The book is an 8.5 x 11 format to make 40 plus illustrations more enjoyable for children’s viewings.

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