When Santa Turned Green by Victoria Perla

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A creative holiday story that introduces kids to environmental awareness with ways that they can make a big difference.

It's November up in the North Pole. Everything's going along smoothly at Santa's workshop until he discovers a leak in his roof. Santa soon learns that this little leak is connected to a far bigger problem. The North Pole is melting because of something called global warming! Faced with the reality of what this could mean for Christmas, not to mention the planet and the future, Santa is determined to turn things around. To do so, he calls upon the people he knows better than any other-the children. Much to Santa's joy, they respond in a way that makes all the difference . . . in the world.

"When Santa Turned Green helps even the youngest child grasp the importance of caring for our planet and solving the climate crisis." Former Vice President Al Gore


About Victoria Perla

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Victoria Perla is an award-winningáfreelance writer. She has great enthusiasm for inspiring young people to make a difference by caring for the planet in the choices theyámake each day. She and her husband have two children and welcome Santa all year 'round!
Published October 15, 2008 by Thomas Nelson. 48 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The kids in the story make small changes in their lives to help reduce global warming, and Santa makes changes too.

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