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The Autobiography of Santa Claus (The Christmas Chronicles #1) It All Started When Jeff Guinn Was Assigned To Write A Piece Full Of Little Known Facts About Christmas For His Paper, The Fort Worth Star Telegram A Few Months Later, He Received A Call From A Gentleman Who Told Him That He Showed The Story To An Important Friend Who Didn T Think Much Of It And Who Might That Be Asked Jeff The Next Thing He Knew, He Was Whisked Off To The North Pole To Meet With This Very Important Friend, And The Rest Is, Well, As They Say, History An Enchanting Holiday Treasure, The Autobiography Of Santa Claus Combines Solid Historical Fact With Legend To Deliver The Definitive Story Of Santa Claus And Who Better To Lead Us Through Seventeen Centuries Of Christmas Magic Than Good Ol Saint Nick Himself Families Will Delight In Each Chapter Of This New Christmas Classic One Per Each Cold December Night Leading Up To Christmas

10 thoughts on “The Autobiography of Santa Claus (The Christmas Chronicles #1)

  1. says:

    So I liked the first third of this book The second third started to get annoying And by the last third I was rolling my eyes and kept imagining myself making teenage finger gagging gestures over the ridiculousness At the beginning, the c

  2. says:

    OK, the only reason I even read this one is because my book club chose it for our December selection This book proves to me why Dicken s A Christmas Carol is still so popular it was the last decent Christmas book written although The Santa Land Di

  3. says:

    This book reads like Bill and Ted s Great Adventure I could tell you how Santa met Mrs Claus, but I won t I could tell you how he got into the business, but I won t I could tell you the how and who Santa recruited to help him, but I won t I could tell you a

  4. says:

    This book was nothing like I expected it to be It was much better A marvelous tale of how the original Saint Nicholas evolved into today s Santa Claus If one can believe in a bit of magic this wonderful representation of the Santa Claus story finds ways to account fo

  5. says:

    This is not only a fun book, but also very informative I had known that the Santa Claus we know now had evolved from a real historical figure Saint Nicholas, however I had no idea that he lived so long ago He was actually born in 280 AD It is amazing that this one man and his

  6. says:

    Several Christmases ago, a friend of mine from church recommended this book to me It has 24 chapters, and is a wonderful story to read to your kids throughout the month of December, leading up to Christmas Eve one chapter a night, starting December 1st.What I like most about the book, i

  7. says:

    OK, I know that I am going to get coal in my stocking for only giving this book one star, but I call em like I read em This book follows the evolution of the Santa Claus myth starting with Saint Nicholas and ending with present day interpretations.Basically, I found the book to be poorly written

  8. says:

    I really love this book I think it s about 98% perfect As a Christmas nut, and, evenspecifically, a Santa Claus nut, I really appreciate all the actual history involved.The troubles, for me, begin to arise when Santa, his friend Felix and his wife Layla meet Attila the Hun From that point out, Santa and co

  9. says:

    This book has sat on my shelf for so long I have no idea how I got it Let s just say it was magical When I found it this year, once again, I sat it on my bedside table to read Of course it was, once again, at the bottom of the pile I was determined that this was the year to read this book over the Christmas holidays

  10. says:

    Santa Gump s Excellent Adventures.As if the story of Santa isn t fantastic enough, Jeff Guinn has Santa meeting all manner of historical figures Attila the Hun, St Francis of Assisi, King Arthur to name a few This book started out ok a little real history sprinkled with the Santa myth But it grewandfantastic and I don t mean

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