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The Truth About Santa by Gregory Mone
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Oct 21, 2009

really liked it
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Do you have a science loving teen who does not believe in Santa Claus, and not just because s/he is too old? Perhaps they question how it all could happen in one night, all over the world, by just one fat man, and some amazing reindeer?

Then this is the book for you. Do you want to know the real reason there is an Elvis impersonator convention every year in Las Vegas? Santa's behind it.

Do you want to know what really happened at Tunguska, Siberia in 1908? Eight hundred square miles of trees were felled. Scientists, innocents that they are, attributed this event to a meteor exploding before it hit the ground.

No, it was Santa and a little mistake with one of his, well, (you have to promise not to tell) Alien technologies. Shhhhh.

The fact is this is one fun little book that will prove to you, well almost, that Santa is alive and well, and ... I think you should read the book to understand the advanced Alien shhhhh science that went into making Santa Claus who he is today.

Now, for those of you saying, all the science is bogus, that is not entire true. Here is Gregory Mone's website. Here is a list of articles Mr. Mone has published. So if he says that someone has published an article or done a study, he is serious, but that is where seriousness ends.

Sure, you'll think this book is just a funny way of retelling a favorite old chestnut. Truth is always stranger than fiction. Beware! the Christmas ornaments are listening. Read the book, decide for yourself. By all that is holy do NOT be up at midnight on Christmas Eve unless you want to be responsible for the collapse of the space/time continuum for some poor... oops. I've said too much already.

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Gary hey buddy!

i did the drawing on here for this book,and won it!!!!! it came in the mail a few days ago. i think it looks pretty cool,and i was thrilled to win it!

Stephen I am going to review this tomorrow.

message 3: by Trevor (new)

Trevor This looks very amusing

message 4: by Emily (new)

Emily This looks fantastic. May I borrow it?

Stephen Emily wrote: "This looks fantastic. May I borrow it?"

Of course you may, Ems.

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Rachel **cackles**

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