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How the Grandmas and Grandpas Saved Christmas, Yet Again Book III

by Richard Gausselin

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In the 3rd edition of Gausselin's children's Christmas series, a natural tragedy strikes the North Pole and Santa doesn't think there is any way for them to recover and still make the toys on time for Christmas Eve. But, thankfully the Grandmas and the Grandpas are willing and able to make the trip North to help Santa and the elves bring Christmas to all the children around the world.

Just like in the other books, there is as lesson for the readers, this time focusing on overcoming tragedy and eating healthy. Of course, there is the ongoing lesson of coming together as a team to help each other.

This story is a bit longer than the other two books and again is one read to younger children over a few nights or one for older children to read to themselves. The colorful and detailed illustrations will keep kids interested and get them excited about what is happening at the North Pole.

Gausselin has created a fun series of books for families to share with their children over Christmas....especially for grandparents to share with their grandchildren. ( )
  Staciele | Dec 1, 2016 |
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