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Reviewed by Joy Hannabass for Readers' Favorite
Nugget couldn’t seem to do anything right in Santa’s workshop as he always made mistakes in every new job he was given to do. That is, until Mrs. Claus gave Santa a sugary white cat named Sugar, and Nugget was given the responsibility of taking care of Santa’s new Christmas present. Even though others thought Nugget would do something wrong in caring for Sugar, Nugget proved them wrong by the way he took care of this special cat.
Everything about this book is beautiful, inside and out. The high quality hard cover is beautifully illustrated with Santa holding his white furry friend, and Nugget looking on. This sweet story by Jane Gerencher will capture your child’s heart and attention as you read about Nugget, the misfit elf who makes mistakes and just can’t find his place in Santa’s North Pole workshop. The beauty of the story teaches children how everyone makes mistakes. Even when we make mistakes, there is still hope because everyone has that something special we are good at. The only problem is that we just need to find what it is. In this story, Nugget realizes that taking care of Santa’s furry friend Sugar is his job at the workshop, and he does his job well. And to go along with the story, Michael Patch created awesomely wonderful illustrations on every page that makes the story come alive before your eyes. You just have to see the print book to understand the beauty of it. I highly recommend this special Christmas book for your child’s library. And this is not a book to be read only at Christmas. I have read it to my four year-old niece several times today. For children, Santa Claus is for year round and they enjoy Christmas stories any time. I encourage you to pick up a copy for the special child in your life today.