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The Christmas Magic

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by Lauren Thompson, Jon J. Muth (Illustrator)

Best-selling author, Lauren Thompson, and Best-selling Caldecott Honor Book artist Jon J Muth join forces to present a story that is filled with the magic, wonder, and love of Christmas.

Far, far North, when the nights are longest and the stars shine brightest, Santa begins to prepare for his big night of giving. He gathers his reindeer, feeds them parsnips and

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Christmas Magic 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
LoveSanta More than 1 year ago
Any book that has a story such as this and is a Christmas book, I will want to read and own. Children books are to me an expression of what Christmas is all about and this one is my new book for the year. The pictures are wonderful, the story is believable, and my grandchildren loved having it read to them. What else is there to say, except if you get a chance to get a copy, do it.
aylasmom More than 1 year ago
It's a cute story, but the santa is kinda wierd and lonely all alone in the north pole.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Gremlins-Mom More than 1 year ago
A simpler take on the Santa story with breathtaking watercolor illustrations. The story puts the emphasis on the love and magic behind Christmas as we follow Santa's preparations for the big day. This is a charming interpretation...no elves or giant workshop of toys. Just a gentle old soul who is preparing for the day when the Christmas Magic allows him to make the childrens' dreams come true. You won't be disappointed.
Nom_de_PlumeSB More than 1 year ago
As it turns out Santa is not frantically working in his workshop all year getting ready for an impossibly exhausting night of delivering toys to good boys and girls. Instead, he is waiting for the right moment. He is waiting for the magic of Christmas to arrive. This beautifully illustrated and warmly told story builds the suspense of Christmas in all of us. It's not about the toys, or being naughty or nice; it's about the magic of the season. Your children will love this lovely story about a magical time in their own lives.