Baby Santa, the youngest member of the Claus family, comes to the rescue. With his boundless energy, bright smile, and bouncy enthusiasm, Santa�s son hatches a plan to save Christmas and have a traveling adventure at the same time.
Baby Santa takes his father on a great Christmas race around the world. Leaping into jeeps, cavorting on camels, and balancing in balloons, Baby Santa and his dad rely on local transportation to help them deliver presents to each and every locale.
With ingenuity and insight, Baby Santa saves Christmas and shows what sons and fathers can accomplish when they work together. This inspiring story will liven up the holidays as children (and their parents) experience the wonders of traveling the globe with the youngest adventurer from the North Pole.
|Publisher:||Greenleaf Book Group, LLC|
|Product dimensions:||8.10(w) x 10.10(h) x 0.50(d)|
|Age Range:||2 - 5 Years|
About the Author
Phil Wilson has over 40 years of professional experience in both the animation and illustration fields. He has created animation for two half-hour TV specials, music videos, TV commercials, and feature films. He has illustrated over 60 children's books as well as over 80 Disney collector's art plates. He has garnered numerous awards in both film and illustration, and his major clients include Disney, Time/Warner, VH1/Viacom, and Bradford Exchange.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
My little boy really loved reading this at story time. I see us reading it again.
Title: Baby Santa's Worldwide Christmas Adventure Author: Dr. M Maitland DeLand MD Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group Press Published: 9-1-2010 Pages: 32 ISBN: 9781608320622 Genre: Children's Fiction Tags: Myths and Legends, Holidays On Christmas Eve day Santa goes to the barn to be sure the sleigh is in good repair and ready to be loaded for his annual trip to deliver presents to the boys and girls of the world. As he opens the door and peers and a surprise meets his eyes. The stall where his sleigh should be is empty. When the head elf checks he find the skid on the sleigh is broken and will not be fixed until it is too late for Santa to make his run. Baby Santa speaks up with an idea. Using Santa's magic and transportation the people of each country normally used they could still make all the deliveries. Santa agreed that it was a good plan and accepted Baby Santa as a navigator for the journey. Follow along with this lively tale with colorful eye catching graphics. Learn the different forms of transportation from around the world. Children will love the story and illustrations and you will enjoy the time you spend reading it to them.