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How I Became Santa Clause
by Chris Kringle View author's profile page

Overview


  • Santa's secrets are finally explained using kid-friendly history and science; How do reindeer fly? Where does he store all the toys? How did he get his name? Who is Santa's family? Where exactly do the Elves live? How does he live for such a long time? And lastly, how does he pull off the single greatest miracle every year? 
  • Simple and easy to read, real photo's with real people.
  • The first page can be autographed by Santa when you see him.
  • It explains Santa's special life from birth until now.
  • Spreads his message: be nice, kind, and respect others.
  • Kids will learn something and read it again and again.
  • A perfect story for all ages.
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Description


In the form of a letter, children across the world learn about the origin of Santa, from the man himself! From his special birth in 1900, to his humble beginnings in New York City, Chris Kringle meets national heroes like Milton Hershey, Henry Ford, Babe Ruth, and President Theodore Roosevelt along his mythic journey. Weaving real-world events with the cherished figure of Santa Clause, children will learn how reindeer fly and how Santa delivers his presents using real science!

You'll also find out about Santa's best friend Wally, and how he meets his wife.

"How I Became Santa Clause" is a delightful holiday read that contains real black and white pictures alongside colorful modern photos. Your children will learn about 1900's America and the origin Santa Clause in this charming book!

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About the author


Christopher Clause Kringle, born in New York City in 1900 but is better known as Santa Clause since World War II. Responsible for delivering presents under trees since 1908, and teaching kids how to be good since he was a boy. His life mission is equality, to rid the world of racism, and eventually obtain world peace. His mother's side of the family dates back to Saint Nicholas of Greece (AD 270-343), and besides bringing children presents one day a year, he enjoys spending time with his wife and best friend, Wally. His other goal in life is eventually figuring out his ancestry line.

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Book details

Genre:JUVENILE FICTION

Subgenre:Holidays & Celebrations / Christmas & Advent

Language:English

Pages:80

Format:Hardcover

Hardcover ISBN:9781098345877


Overview


  • Santa's secrets are finally explained using kid-friendly history and science; How do reindeer fly? Where does he store all the toys? How did he get his name? Who is Santa's family? Where exactly do the Elves live? How does he live for such a long time? And lastly, how does he pull off the single greatest miracle every year? 
  • Simple and easy to read, real photo's with real people.
  • The first page can be autographed by Santa when you see him.
  • It explains Santa's special life from birth until now.
  • Spreads his message: be nice, kind, and respect others.
  • Kids will learn something and read it again and again.
  • A perfect story for all ages.

Read more

Description


In the form of a letter, children across the world learn about the origin of Santa, from the man himself! From his special birth in 1900, to his humble beginnings in New York City, Chris Kringle meets national heroes like Milton Hershey, Henry Ford, Babe Ruth, and President Theodore Roosevelt along his mythic journey. Weaving real-world events with the cherished figure of Santa Clause, children will learn how reindeer fly and how Santa delivers his presents using real science!

You'll also find out about Santa's best friend Wally, and how he meets his wife.

"How I Became Santa Clause" is a delightful holiday read that contains real black and white pictures alongside colorful modern photos. Your children will learn about 1900's America and the origin Santa Clause in this charming book!

Read more

About the author


Christopher Clause Kringle, born in New York City in 1900 but is better known as Santa Clause since World War II. Responsible for delivering presents under trees since 1908, and teaching kids how to be good since he was a boy. His life mission is equality, to rid the world of racism, and eventually obtain world peace. His mother's side of the family dates back to Saint Nicholas of Greece (AD 270-343), and besides bringing children presents one day a year, he enjoys spending time with his wife and best friend, Wally. His other goal in life is eventually figuring out his ancestry line.

Read more

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