Santa’s Zany, Wacky, Just Not Right Night Before Christmas {Book Review}

I received a copy of Santa’s Zany, Wacky, Just not Right Night Before Christmas to review in exchange for this post.  All opinions expressed here are honest and my own.

“Santa’s Zany, Wacky, Just not Right Night Before Christmas” By DK Simoneau & David Radman, Illustrated by Brad Cornelius

Introduction By: Bella Ferrington (Sarah’s 5 year old daughter)

“The Elves were like Trolls 7 feet tall. Reindeer were blue and very small. The stockings that he hung were not stockings at all. My favorite part was the sparkling pink snow as Santa saw his Jet saying Ho,Ho,Ho.”~Bella

This was a great book about Santa and his wacky night before Christmas. We enjoyed this book so much we downloaded it on our Kindle. It kept my 5 year old daughter and myself intrigued the whole time wondering why Santa had a Purple Suit on.

You can purchase this book on smile.amazon.com for $15. Amazon Smile will donate a portion of your purchase to the charity of your choice. If you don’t have a charity that you support, consider supporting WW Community Connections (AKA The Hope Center in Macomb). The Hope Center is a non-profit, Christian based, volunteer driven, human services organization. It is a no cost, client choice food marketplace pantry in Macomb County where $1 provides 3 meals to hungry neighbors.

 

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Sarah Ferrington is a 31 year old mom with 2 kids. Her sweet 4 year old girl has a pinktastic personality. Her 17 month old boy is full of smiles. When her son turned 1, Sarah found out he had low muscle tone & needed physical & occupational therapy 4 times a week. At that time she decided to quit her part time salon management job to focus her time on his therapy. Sarah loves to cook and make holiday crafts off of Pinterest, as well as her new found hobby of refinishing furniture. Sarah has a degree from the University of Michigan in Communications. Go Blue!!!



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