One cold winter night the animals are awakened by a loud "Ho, ho, ho!" A whip cracks and tiny sleigh bells ring through the air. the animals creep drowsily from their dens to see Santa's sleigh racing across the sky. Suddenly, something shiny tumbles through the air.
"It looks like a gold coin," declares Raccoon.
"Santa must have dropped it," says Rabbit.
The animals call after Santa, but he is already too far away to hear them. They argue about who should keep the coin, and finally turn to Owl for advice. With her help, they come up with the perfect solution, one that in true Christmas spirit is filled with surprises and delight for all.
|Publisher:||North-South Books, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||8.66(w) x 11.48(h) x 0.33(d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 8 Years|
About the Author
UDO WEIGELT has been writing for children since 1989. He has published many books with North-South.
NINA SPRANGER has been illustrating books since 1999. Her first U.S. book was published by North-South.
Rolf Siegenthaler was born and still lives in Berne, Switzerland. He has worked as an art director in various advertising agencies in Switzerland. For North-South he wrote and illustrated "Never Fear, Snake My Dear! and has illustrated "The Easter Bunny's Baby and "Filbert Flies.