Forget Kris Kringle, Sinterklaas, and St. Nick. It's about time you learned the truth.
In the 1870's in rural Hopeville, Connecticut, the Clauses came to work Max Pepin's farm. Christmas hasn't been the same since. This is a Christmas story you've been waiting for.
About the Book
This Christmas tale is an entertaining mix of adventure and folklore. Bryant cleverly weaves this story around his family and childhood memories of Connecticut. The subtleties, such as the "little people" and the elk(reindeer) add charm leading to the familiar Christmas story. The tale as told through a daily journal through Christmas Eve gives this a personal touch. We now know what Santa was doing before opening his shop at the North Pole. The seasonal nature of this book makes it a "must read" December bedtime story.
– Roger B.
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