The Dog Who Thought He Was Santa
The Nose Knows
Don Franklin's dog, Frank, is a bloodhound, so he can smell when something's wrong. And a lot seems to be wrong in Don's family. Mom and Dad are worried about money, especially with Christmas right around the corner and the threat of the mine closing. Don's worried because he's just discovered how dangerous Dad's job in the mine is. And they're all worried about getting Don's little sister, Susan, what she wants for Christmas, when she won't tell anyone but Santa Claus what it is. It looks as if Christmas might not be all that merry at the Franklins' house.
But Christmas is a time for miracles, whether seen from a boy's perspective or a dog's -- and The Dog Who Thought He Was Santa looks at the Franklins' Christmas miracle from both.
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Review: The Dog Who Thought He Was SantaUser Review - Lisa Dickson - Goodreads
Cute as a read-aloud, but with a BIG dose of caution due to the topics of mine disasters, over-honesty about present sources, and general financial grimness. Happy-ending story requires on the fly editing by adult reader if reading to younger audiences. Read full review