The Smallest Elf

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Random House, 1990 - Christmas stories - 32 pages
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Elmer is the smallest and least useful of Santa's workshop elves. But when an unhappy little boy claims he wants nothing for Christmas, it's Elmer who comes up with the answer, proving to everyone, including Santa himself, that Christmas isn't only about fancy new toys.

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About the author (1990)

Jerry Smath is a published author and an illustrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of Jerry Smath include Enterrado En El Jardin/ Buried in the Backyard (Science Solves It En Espanol), Sammy Salami, But No Elephants (Once Upon a Time), All Aboard! (Math Matters). I Like Pumpkins, The Wee Withces' Halloween and and Up Goes Mr. Downs.

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