When Santa and his elves realize that they have left the name tags off all the Christmas gifts, panic strikes the North Pole. How will they figure out which child gets what present? Is Christmas doomed? Just when all seems lost, out pops Baby Santa from under a pile of bright Christmas paper. Santa�s inquisitive young son has helped wrapped all the gifts and knows just where each one is going. Baby Santa wants to ride in the magic sleigh and help his father deliver the gifts. Santa decides to give Baby Santa a chance. Father and son fly off into the Christmas Eve sky, and their family adventure begins. This heartwarming tale of father and son introduces readers to a new Christmas character who is certain to become a Yule-time legend. The rambunctious, unpredictable Baby Santa demonstrates that every member of the family can help out, no matter how big the emergency. This is the first book in the Baby Santa series, enchanting children with the amazing adventures of the youngest member of the Claus family.
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Baby Santa based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
This was a very cute story about Santa and his son, Baby Santa. Baby Santa seems to be a very precocious little boy who wants to do anything that he can to help out his family on Christmas Eve. However, his helping is more of a hindrance to everyone he tries to help. Eventually, Baby Santa is able to lend a hand to fix one of his errors. The illustration are a great addition to this short Christmas story. I'd recommend it to children 10 and under, or anyone looking for a cute holiday tale.
Title: Baby Santa Author: M Maitland LeLand Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group Press Published: 9-1-2010 ISBN: 9781608320615 E-Book ASIN: B004YDT6UY Pages: 24 Genre: Children's Literature Tags: Myths, Legends Baby Santa's enthusiasm for Christmas leads him into mischief and he opens all the presents wrapped to send out to all the boys and girls on Christmas Eve. With only hours before Santa is to leave to deliver the presents, the Elves and Santa begin re-wrapping the presents. They are nearly done when they realize they do not have name tags on the gifts. How will anyone know who gets what gift? Baby Santa speaks up and says that he can do it, but Santa is not convinced. Baby Santa takes three gift and tells them who what the gifts are without opening them and who they are for. Does Baby Santa get it right? If he does can he make it through all the presents in time for Santa' and the reindeer's flight? What will happen to Christmas is they can not figure out the puzzle of the gifts? This adorable story is a delight to children and adults alike. I would call it one of LeLand's best. I enjoyed sharing it with my nieces very much. I hope you and your family are thrilled by it as well. You may want to check out M. Maitland Leland other Baby Santa titles while you are at it.