We all know Santa spends Christmas Eve making lists, checking them twice, reigning in reindeer, leaving gifts for the “nice.” But what about Mrs. Claus? First-time author Kate Wharton weaves a modern tale about the ways Santa’s better half might occupy herself while her husband navigates chimneys and stuffs the stockings.
Wharton’s merry text will inspire many a theory about Mrs. Claus, while the visual jokes in Christian Slade’s detailed paintings will have little bellies shaking like bowls full of jelly.
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Published by Tricycle Press Oct 01, 2008| 32 Pages| 9 x 10-1/2| 3-7 years| ISBN 9781582461649