Santa's Secrets Revealed: All Your Questions Answered about Santa's Super Sleigh, His Flying Reindeer, and Other Wonders

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Carolrhoda Books, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
When Stevie decides that he doesn't believe in Santa Claus, he's in for a big surprise! Santa, his elves, eight flying reindeer, and Harry W. Throckmorton the Dancing Holstein show Stevie that there's more to Christmas than he thinks. There are Gift Fulfillment Centers, a string of satellites called PSSSST (Papa Santa's Super-Secret Satellite Team), and a Spacetime Scruncher. But even more importantly, Stevie discovers that Santa is more than just the latest technology.

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I loved the story “Santa’s Secrets Revealed” for many reasons. First, the illustrations are incredibly colorful, in depth, and take up the entire page. Also, each page has so much going on for ... Read full review

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A boy didn’t believe in Santa. Santa came to his house. The boy tried to see if Santa was real. Santa showed the boy a list of all the bad things that he had done. The boy finally believes in Santa. Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Barry Gott has been drawing ever since he ate his first crayon as a child. He left his job at American Greetings to illustrate children's books full-time. He lives and works in Ohio.

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