How Santa Got His Job

How Santa Got His Job

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If you think Santa Claus came into the world sporting a red suit and a white beard, think again. Santa wasn't always the jolly, overweight, gift-giving fellow that we now know and love. He tried his hand at all sorts of different jobs, including postal worker, zookeeper, circus performer, and even chimney sweep, but each of these presented a problem that got in his way. It wasn't until he was lucky enough to meet a friendly bunch of elves that Santa found his true calling...and the job of his dreams.
Stephen Krensky's understated text and S. D. Schindler's charming illustrations come together to create an imaginative and funny tale that proves even the best of us have to try, try again.
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing Division, c1998
Edition: 1st ed. --
ISBN: 9780689806971
0689806973
Branch Call Number: JP/Krens 359401 1
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill
Additional Contributors: Schindler, S. D.

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lunkfrunk
Dec 02, 2010

A refreshing look at who Santa Claus really is! This book brings Santa to life by illustrating him as an average guy who struggled before he came to find the work that he loves. The sequel to this title is: How Santa Lost his Job, by the same author.

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KarenW
Dec 07, 2004

I know someone who is a lot like Santa, and he has gone through a lot of the same jobs! When I first showed him this book, he was totally enchanted by the pictures and the story. And what a good story to pass on. Every reader can benefit by reading about someone we think we know every well, who just kept trying to become who he really is and the perfect job for him. Stephen Krensky is amazing! And the pictures by S. D. Schindler are absolutely wonderful. this book truly captures the spirit of the season!

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