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Santa Claus: The Magical World of Father Christmas. [Rod Green]
by Rod Green
With over 15 themed spreads, this work captures the world of Santa. Take a close look at his house, the Elf Village, Father Christmas's workshop, and the mailroom. Discover how the reindeer are selected and trained, where they live and what they eat.
Paperback, 30 pages
Published August 1st 2009 by Carlton Publishing Group
(first published September 18th 2006)
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Nov 19, 2012 Sally rated it 5 of 5 stars · review of another edition
What a fun, detailed interactive book that let's the reader in on Santa's best-kept secrets. With flaps to lift, pictures to slide, envelopes to open, pages to unfold - this book is pure enchantment!!
Oct 27, 2008 Traci rated it 5 of 5 stars · review of another edition
Recommends it for: anyone who BELIEVES in Santa
ALL parents with young children (and anyone else!) who BELIEVE should have this book! This is a special book that lets you in on ALL of Santa's wonderful magic! A book that will be cherished and passed on for generations! my 13 and 11 year old boys STILL love to get this book out around the Holidays and read it; and they are now passing it on to their cousins by sharing Santa's magic with them! This was one of the best holiday purchases I have ever made for my family........
LOVE LOVE LOVE This book! If you have an almost non-believer, then this is the book to have them read. Exceptional explanations of Santa, Mrs. Claus, the elves, the reindeer and everything else up in the North Pole! Amazing illustrations and a few fun additions to the book make it worth every penny. I'm buying one for my second daughter so each of my girls has a copy for their children. It's that good.
We love this book. We read it every year at Christmas. It tells all about the North Pole: the Artic, Santa's House, Elves, the Mail Room (naughty vs nice list), Santa's Workshop, Mrs. Claus, the Reindeer (all 9), Santa's Magic Suit, the Sleigh, Traveling the World, Delivering Presents, Santa Sightings, Christmas Day at the Pole, and Aurora Borealis (northern lights). It is a wonderful book!
Nov 11, 2007 Kate Hastings rated it 4 of 5 stars · review of another edition
Recommends it for: Grades 1-4
Combines actual facts about the arctic with encyclopedia-like facts about Santa's world. This "non-fiction" titles will answer any questions about toys, clothes and reindeer that kids might have. Beautiful gift book because of all the envelopes and flaps inside.
Rod Green is a children’s writer who has worked with many publishers, including Puffin and HarperCollins. With Templar, he has written books in the Mean Machines series.More about Rod Green...