The Great Christmas Crisis by Kim Norman

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First the reindeer rebelled--now it's the elves' turn! This fun follow-up to The Great Reindeer Rebellion is as over-the-top entertaining as its forerunner. 'Tis the month before Christmas, and things aren't great. The elves are complaining, “We're all running late!” The candy-cane twister needs major repairs; there's not enough cotton to stuff the toy bears. The North Pole's in trouble: Santa MUST find out why.
Told in fun rhyme and featuring embossed, spot-glossed pages, this holiday-bright book takes kids on an undercover mission with Santa himself--and gives them an inside peek at what REALLY goes on in the elves' workshop. 
 

About Kim Norman

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Kim Norman has been a singer, songwriter, artist, and comedic actress. Her picture books include Ten on the Sled (Sterling, 2010), Crocodaddy (Sterling, 2009), and Jack of All Tails (Dutton, 2007). Kim lives in Smithfield, VA. Learn more about her at kimnormanbooks.com.   Jannie Ho studied illustration at Parsons School of Design in New York. Her books include The Mixed-Up Alphabet (Scholastic, 2007), written by Steve Metzger; The Great Reindeer Rebellion (Sterling, 2009); and The Haunted Ghoul Bus (Sterling, 2008), both written by Lisa Trumbauer. Jannie lives in Ann Arbor, MI. Learn more about Jannie at her terrific blog, chickengirldesign.com.
 
Published October 2, 2012 by Sterling Children's Books. 26 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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These overworked elves don’t crack any new ice, but their story is entertaining enough for holiday reading in those busy days before Santa’s arrival.

Sep 01 2012 | Read Full Review of The Great Christmas Crisis

A Patchwork of Books

Blog posts that mention textbooks, school, Oriental Medicine - all with authority - were written by some of my very good friends.This was in the percolating stage of blogdom before a purpose and direction were more fully formed.

Feb 23 2008 | Read Full Review of The Great Christmas Crisis

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