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Santa's Book of Names Paperback – October 1, 1997
I Am: 40 Reasons to Trust God
Through Bible stories, short devotions, and prayers, children discover the meaning of each name and how it relates to their lives. Hardcover
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It is Christmas Eve and Edward struggles to read his favorite Christmas story when he hears a noise. He runs downstairs to find a large, old book. "It must be Santa's!" he thought.
Santa comes back for the book, which happens to be his "Book of Names," but looses his glasses, and needs Edward to go along with him to help him read the names. Edward struggles at first, but Santa helps him. In the end, Edward does fine reading and Santa returns him home, thanks him, and rewards him with a new book.
On Christmas day, Edward reads his new book to his two happy parents.
I believe that this story is really inspiring. Edward gains self esteem, self confidence, and he saves Christmas! This book seems to be an instant classic. The story is good and the illustrations are beautiful. People of all ages will enjoy reading about Edward's memorable Christmas.
This is one of the best Christmas books I have read and I ... hope it becomes a classic. This author has written two other books about Edward, just as charming: "Edward and the Pirates" and "Edward in the Jungle".
I bought this book from Amazon and added it to our rotation of bedtime reading. My son connected with Edward, the central character, who helps Santa make his Christmas deliveries by reading from the book of names.
You could argue that I've rated this book a star higher than it deserves but since it was the book that inspired my son to read, I'll stand by my rating.
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Cute story. I have a small issue with this book. The child in the story has a reading problem and is referred to testing. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sports Family
One of the best books I read to the students in elementary school. KIds always said it was a favorite at Christmas time. Arrived in perfect shape, on time. Thanks!Published 1 month ago by Grandma S.
One of my favorite picture books. I can barely read the end without choking up, and I've read it numerous times to my students and grandchildren.Published 6 months ago by Kim Payne
Great for kindergarten as they are learning phonics. I read this every Christmas for them....if I can't find my book I buy another!!Published 8 months ago by Glenda
Wonderful Christmas story, and also shows how practice and persistence can be rewarding-especially for young struggling readers.Published 11 months ago by mgrace
I seen this book at my sister in laws and just loved it. I wanted to get it so I could read it to my grandkids, they love it too.Published 17 months ago by Linda Burdette
Great Christmas book to read to little ones! I love to read it to my class during the Christmas season.Published on March 30, 2013 by kfk4s2b
Everyone needs help sometimes, even Santa. But what if you can't read and Santa needs you to read the names! Read morePublished on December 31, 2012 by John F. Lowe