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Posted December 11, 2011
This was a delightful read about the spirit of Christmas. I enjoyed reading about new theories on Santa and his operation at the North Pole. The book made me smile many times with Joe's version of the reindeer and the elves' names made me giggle at times. The way everything was laid out was very believable.
I gave this book 5 stars for the vivid details about the North Pole, and Santa and for giving me my faith back in Christmas. Thanks Joe for the warm fuzzy feeling that your book gave me.
Posted July 4, 2011
This story was truly heartwarming and special. It delivers great insight to the NorthPole, the activities up there, the elves, and of course Santa himself. The story revolves around the Grady family, who receives a package indicating that they have won a trip to Alaska for the Christmas break. Upon traveling they discover they are actually headed to go visit Santa Claus, along with a few other select families. While at the NorthPole they all have these incredible experiences: visiting the shops, seeing the Aurora Borealis, conversing with all of the elves and learning about the Pole and Santa. And of course visiting with Santa himself.
Faith, Hope, and Reindeer makes you relive your adolescence, and yearn for those innocent childhood days full of magic, hope, faith, love, and of course Santa Claus, while teaching you the true meaning of Christmas. It was just a superb tale.