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Becoming Santa
     

Becoming Santa

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by Richard Robbins
 

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Robert Field was the kind of man that had all of the noble attributes of Santa Claus, but had never had occasion in his life to play the role. It wasn t until after a series of personal setbacks that he felt the desire of Becoming Santa.
At first he became a Santa to make ends meet, but soon found that showing his natural love of people filled a hole in his heart

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Robert Field was the kind of man that had all of the noble attributes of Santa Claus, but had never had occasion in his life to play the role. It wasn t until after a series of personal setbacks that he felt the desire of Becoming Santa.
At first he became a Santa to make ends meet, but soon found that showing his natural love of people filled a hole in his heart that hadn t been so evident before. In the end Robert was surprised to discover that he, in reality, had become an authentic Santa Claus!
His existence was verifiable as an actual fact. His service grew out of practical matters and concerns. His actions were not artificial but heartfelt and genuine. And others strongly felt that he was worth of the name Santa.
Parents of all ages have introduced their children to the wonders of Santa Claus. But in so doing they have silently dreaded the day when their child might ask, Is Santa Claus real? Now, because of Robert Field, they can honestly answer, Yes!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780982987742
Publisher:
Quill Publishing
Publication date:
10/28/2013
Pages:
158
Sales rank:
1,332,848
Product dimensions:
5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.50(d)

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Richard spends his days thinking how he can be Santa.

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Becoming Santa 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a delightful tale that will warm your heart with the Christmas Spirit. It may even encourage you to review who you have “become.” And, it may give you cause to reflect on the special elves that have helped along your journey of “becoming.” Great job, Richard Robbins. You have given us an antidote for living, not just for becoming a Santa. This will be a cherished message for many Christmas seasons to come. Reading this book could become a Christmas tradition. I have already given several copies to friends. P.S. Would-be Santa's will love this book.