Up at the North Pole, Santa isn’t so sure he believes in Harold any more. He thinks Harold’s Mom writes his letter to Santa each year and that Harold’s Dad leaves out the cookies and milk. And that Harold that sat on his lap at the mall? Doesn’t even look like Harold!
Meanwhile, Harold isn’t so sure he believes in Santa Claus anymore either! They both want some proof that the other exists.
Harold hides behind a chair in his living room to wait for Santa. Santa seems to have the same idea… will the two find out that each other are real? Will they continue to believe in each other?
This is a cute twist on the usual child isn’t sure he/she belongs in Santa anymore story. Super cute illustrations as well!
I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review, I was not otherwise compensated.
About the Book
Santa has a problem. This kid? Harold? Santa doesn’t think he’s real. He WANTS to believe in Harold–after all, Harold is one of the most magical parts of Christmas. Getting Harold’s letters, eating the cookies he leaves out, feeding his carrots to the reindeer… what would Christmas be without that? But Santa’s just not sure. Some of his friends are telling him they think Harold’s not real. And the Harold that sat on his knee last Christmas looked AWFULLY different. Santa comes up with a plan to find out once and for all if Harold really exists… with hilarious consequences.