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When Santa Got Stuck Up The Chimney: He Began to Shout by David Carson is an adorable story that aptly captures the essence of the Christmas season. Santa arrived at his first stop and he stepped onto the roof and dropped into the chimney. But he got stuck in the fireplace and the soot from the chimney started tickling his nose. Santa sneezed and Max, one of the children in the house, heard it. Max knew it was Santa when he saw two black boots hanging down from the chimney. He woke up his sister Sarah and they realized they wouldn't get any gifts that night if Santa was stuck. Would they be able to help Santa? Or was it all a dream?
When Santa Got Stuck Up The Chimney: He Began to Shout by David Carson is a delightful story and will put a smile on the faces of all young readers who love Santa Claus and wait every Christmas to receive gifts from him. It is a good book for parents, grandparents, and family members to gift their children, grandchildren, and other family members during the Christmas season. Max and Sarah capture the Christmas cheer, joy, and spirit along with Santa, making it a memorable holiday story. It is a good story for tutors to use in classrooms for storytelling and read-aloud sessions during the Christmas season.