The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus

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New American Library, 2005 - Fiction - 161 pages
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Taking the beloved symbol of merriment out of his conventional trappings and into the world of imaginative folklore, Baum gives Santa Claus an exciting life. After growing up in an enchanted forest with elves and wood nymphs, evil Awgwas, and the master woodsman Ak, Claus makes his first toy, ventures out on Christmas Eve, chooses his reindeer, and starts climbing down chimneys.

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I loved the pictures! - Goodreads
A good introduction to a Christian symbol for a Jew! - Goodreads
It is not his Wizard of Oz type writing. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Peter McQueeny - Goodreads

I look forward to reading this to my children one day. As with all Baum's work, it's charming and imaginative. Anyone who has it in them to dislike this story must have a crumpled little raisin where ... Read full review

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User Review  - Fjcommelin - Goodreads

Already some years ago i got this one and i reread it every Christmas Read full review

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