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Reviewed by Trish B. for Readers' Favorite
This book's cover is an eye-catcher with beautifully illustrated pictures. The story line is short and precise without being too brief to not capture your interest. Whether you are reading it for yourself or a child, it will take you away to a simple time and a simple place. Christmas is the time of hope, and it brings that special wonder and joy of the holidays. You wouldn't be disappointed with the message of this story. Told simply with a childhood innocence it will capture your imagination and take you to winter and the North Pole with a twist.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book about Santa and a curly tailed reindeer. It brings a touch of sadness which is soon replaced with a smile and a solution for a problem. It takes you to a simpler time and place where the joys of childhood are expressed easily and wonderfully. Sometimes we wonder and have doubts about our place in this world, and we can't see our purpose; but if we will be patient and wait, our path and purpose will unfold, and we will find ourselves right smack in the middle of what and where we are supposed to be. All of our worries and concerns will fade and we will be transfixed by the reality of this unfolding plan that is set in motion for us. This book seems to call us back to a childlike faith, that there is a place and a purpose for us in this world.