Ever wonder what Santa was like as a child? Award-winning author/illustrator Jon Agee brings us the funny, playful answer in this Christmas picture book destined to become a classic.
Little Santa "loves" the North Pole. The rest of his family? Not so much. So, when they decide to move to Florida, Santa is miserable. Lucky for him, a blizzard foils their plans. The only way out of the house is up the chimney. Up goes Santa, to look for help, and along the way, he meets a reindeer and a large group of elves, who are more than eager to join in the rescue
With the sly humor of Jon Klassen and the read-aloud pleasure of "How the Grinch Stole Christmas, " this tale of Santa's beginnings is perfect for every kid's holiday library.
About the Author
Jon Agee is the illustrator of a large collection of children's picture books, such as" Little Santa", " The Other Side of Town", " Nothing", and most notably the National Book Award-nominated "Mean Margaret". He lives in San Francisco with his wife.
“Santa’s origins are explained in [this] quirky exploration of how Santa, the elves and the flying reindeer found their callings . . . A cheerful, original Christmas tale.”—Kirkus (starred review)