SantaKid

SantaKid

James Patterson

Language: English

Pages: 48

ISBN: 0316000612

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


When Warrie Ransom, the Big Boss of the Exmas Express Company, decides to buy Christmas and rename it Exmas, Santa Claus, Momma Claus, and their daugher Chrissie can't believe their eyes. Everything at the North Pole seems to change overnight--the elves stop making kids' favorite toys, the Christmas doves won't fly or sing, and no one seems to laugh anymore. It looks like Christmas is going to be ruined. But then Chrissie remembers something she had learned from her dad: you must believe in something bigger than yourself. With a little help from her dad's helpers, Chrissie--as santaKid--delivers presents to children on Christmas eve, sending Warrie Ransom back to where he came from! After all, when you believe in something, magic can happen.

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my life. The night of any kid’s life. Delivering Christmas presents to everybody everywhere. I remembered every single kid, and where they lived. And that means—I came to your house, too! And at the end of the long, long night, after I stopped at every kid’s house, every tent, every hut, and every apartment, I made one last stop… at Warrie Ransom’s house. Warrie’s kids were crying and so was Warrie’s wife. And so was Warrie— because he’d never not gotten his Christmas presents. I

my life. The night of any kid’s life. Delivering Christmas presents to everybody everywhere. I remembered every single kid, and where they lived. And that means—I came to your house, too! And at the end of the long, long night, after I stopped at every kid’s house, every tent, every hut, and every apartment, I made one last stop… at Warrie Ransom’s house. Warrie’s kids were crying and so was Warrie’s wife. And so was Warrie— because he’d never not gotten his Christmas presents. I

gave everybody their gifts, then I shook Warrie’s hands. “NO HARD FEELINGS, KID!” he yelled. “No hard feelings,” I said, “But you and your friends and your broken-down trucks and your shiny black cars have to get out of the North Pole by New Year’s Day.” And that’s what happened. That night, Christmas night, I had the most scrumpilicious dinner ever with my family and all my friends. And my dad finally asked, “Chrissie, did you really deliver all those presents to all those kids?”

wrote much of santaKid in the family playroom with his young son, Jack. Some of Mr. P’.s top hit novels include the #1 New York Times bestsellers Suzanne’s Diary for Nicholas and the Alex Cross series of thrillers. The Patterson family lives in Florida. Kevin Garland Michael Garland is the award-winning author-illustrator of many popular children’s books, including The Mouse Before Christmas and Christmas City. With more than forty titles to his credit as artist, he has garnered numerous

mounds of fat (not good for the heart). But at Christmastime, Santa grows a beard. And Momma Claus bleaches it white and puts stuffing in Santa’s red suit. Other than that, Santa is like most other dads— he loves me more than anything in the world. Santa taught me lots of cool things, but there was a whole lot I didn’t understand about Christmas. Like how can Santa remember where every single kid lives to deliver the right presents? And how does he fit all the presents on one

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