Thursday, January 21, 2016

Baby Santa by M. Maitland Deland M.D.

I love this book. Love the story and illustrations! New family Christmas read! Highly recommend. Given copy for honest review!


When disaster strikes the North Pole, who will help Santa save Christmas?
When Santa and his elves realize that they have left the name tags off all the Christmas gifts, panic strikes the North Pole. How will they figure out which child gets what present? Is Christmas doomed?
Just when all seems lost, out pops Baby Santa from under a pile of bright Christmas paper. Santa's inquisitive young son has helped wrapped all the gifts and knows just where each one is going. Baby Santa wants to ride in the magic sleigh and help his father deliver the gifts.
Santa decides to give Baby Santa a chance. Father and son fly off into the Christmas Eve sky, and their family adventure begins.
This heartwarming tale of father and son introduces readers to a new Christmas character who is certain to become a Yule-time legend. The rambunctious, unpredictable Baby Santa demonstrates that every member of the family can help out, no matter how big the emergency.

This is the first book in the Baby Santa series, enchanting children with the amazing adventures of the youngest member of the Claus family.

About the Author

Dr. M. Maitland DeLand is a radiation oncologist, specializing in the treatment of women's and children's cancer. Dr. DeLand serves as a member of the Professional Advisory Board and has dedicated her career to helping her patients and their families lead balanced and rewarding lives.

Phil Wilson has over 40 years of professional experience in both the animation and illustration fields. He has created animation for two half-hour TV specials, music videos, TV commercials, and feature films. He has illustrated over 60 children's books as well as over 80 Disney collector's art plates. He has garnered numerous awards in both film and illustration, and his major clients include Disney, Time/Warner, VH1/Viacom, and Bradford Exchange.

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