Monday, December 17, 2018

The Christmas That Almost Never Was By Stanley E. Wiklinski

The Christmas That Almost Never Was By Stanley E. Wiklinski and art by Gary A. Lippincott from Jabberwocky Books. A horrendous, howling, and devastating blizzard strikes Santaville in the blackness of early morning, so severe that it blows away the doors to the stable, where Santa shelters his reindeer. Exposed to the raging storm, the reindeer come down with the flu and cannot fly. Santa, years before, came upon a group of young Polar bears who could leap high in the air. He finds them. With the help and encouragement of the villagers of Santaville, and the reindeer, the Polar bears fly, saving Christmas, and Santa keeps his promise to all good children everywhere on Christmas Eve, bringing them the gifts of their dreams.

My Opinion: I really enjoyed this heartwarming Christmas story of Santa find a solution to be able to save Christmas when his reindeer come down the flu any chose the polar bears. A great bedtime story for kids to hear and beautifully illustrated book.

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