Mrs. Claus and the School of Christmas Spiritby Rebecca Munsterer
Instead, she's the boring middle in a family packed with sparkly siblings, including three sisters who have all starred as Mary in Totsville, Maine's annual big-deal Christmas Pageant. All Kat's done is wet her pants on a rollercoaster and earn herself the horrible nickname, "Kat McPee." When she
If Kat McGee had one Christmas wish, she'd wish to be special.
Instead, she's the boring middle in a family packed with sparkly siblings, including three sisters who have all starred as Mary in Totsville, Maine's annual big-deal Christmas Pageant. All Kat's done is wet her pants on a rollercoaster and earn herself the horrible nickname, "Kat McPee." When she doesn't get the part of Mary, Kat's convinced that Christmas will be just another Kat McPee failure.
But then Kat's beloved Gram lets it slip that she went to school with Mrs. Claus. The Mrs. Claus. Before Kat knows it, a magical snowglobe whisks her away to the North Pole, where she makes friends, checks naughty and nice lists, and takes classes in cookie baking, reindeer training, and toy designing. It's a Christmas miracle ...
But something is wrong. The North Pole is being threatened, and only Kat McGee can help.
MRS. CLAUS AND THE SCHOOL OF CHRISTMAS SPIRIT is a new Christmas classic about a modern girl in a magical adventure. Kat is about to learn that the spirit of Christmas is about what you give, not what you get, and who you can be if you believe in Christmas ... and yourself.
- In This Together Media
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- Product dimensions:
- 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.26(d)
- Age Range:
- 7 - 10 Years
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A terrific holiday story for kids ages 6-12. Leaves me craving candyfruit and sugarplums! Very well written. My daughter really enjoyed it, and is sharing it with her class for her holiday show and tell. A great gift for the Christmas season.
The story idea was very creative. It stimulates Christmas spirit. This was very well-written and really cute! This would be good for an advanced elementary reader. It is directed toward an older elementary audience.