Santa's Little Helper

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What happens when Snowball falls asleep in Santa's sleight?

Snowball is playing hide-and-seek on Christmas Eve. He gets a wonderful surprise when Santa Claus finds him hidden in the sleigh. Santa needs his help on the most important night of the year.
It is a Christmas that Snowball will never forget.

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Overview


What happens when Snowball falls asleep in Santa's sleight?

Snowball is playing hide-and-seek on Christmas Eve. He gets a wonderful surprise when Santa Claus finds him hidden in the sleigh. Santa needs his help on the most important night of the year.
It is a Christmas that Snowball will never forget.

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Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature - Sheilah Egan
The end papers are bright red and covered with colorful presents and bunny rabbits. One can anticipate younger readers' interest in rabbits in a Christmas book—the cover shows Santa cuddling a rabbit with black-tipped ears (Arctic Hare). Snowball, the rabbit, was thoroughly enjoying the anticipation building up on Christmas Eve. He and his siblings were dashing about, building "snow bunnies," listening to stories from Mr. Polar Bear, and playing hide-and-seek. Snowball looked for a good hiding place. After rejecting a variety of places, he snuggles down amid a pile of wrapped Christmas presents and falls asleep. Santa scooped him up, thinking he was a toy, and put him in the sleigh. Off they go into the night sky. When Snowball awoke Santa was surprised and asked him to help with delivering presents and filling stockings. Before Santa took Snowball back to his own burrow, he gave him a small bell on a red ribbon. On Christmas morning, his siblings asked him where he had hidden ("We looked everywhere.") and he told them about falling asleep and his wonderful dream. When the bell rang out as he hopped off into the day, he realized that his dream was "real." The charming cartoon illustrations are endearing and appealing. Santa is a traditional sort of fellow whose actual face is not seen until he gives Snowball the bell. Colorful and attractive, this story will capture the "cute" award for youngsters. Reviewer: Sheilah Egan
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780545094443
  • Publisher: Scholastic, Inc.
  • Publication date: 10/1/2008
  • Pages: 32
  • Age range: 3 - 5 Years
  • Product dimensions: 9.80 (w) x 12.00 (h) x 0.50 (d)

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