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Santa's Twin Hardcover – October 11, 1996
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Top Customer Reviews
Fully of wit and humor people of all ages will enjoy, Dean Koontz's "Santa's Twin", featuring superb illustrations by Phil Parks, is a must-have for holiday fans. Enjoyable rhyme, hidden snowmen in every picture, and little bits of humor drawn into the pictures themselves will delight Koontz fans and casual readers. "Santa's Twin" may not ever become a holiday classic, but it's certainly a holiday tradition around my house!
Due to the violent beginning, I wouldn't recommend this story for kids under 8, and the opening violent scene makes the story certainly unsuitable for youngsters who still believe in Santa Claus. But those who are not emotionally distraught by the image of Santa Claus as the victim of a violent crime will find the story charming. After the opening scene, the story itself is not that violent, and Bob eventually learns a new moral to take to heart and direct his future behavior.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My daughter loved this book as a child. It was lost, and we found a replacement. May not be appropriate for really young kids.
Know your kids maturity level.
Cute story! I'm a huge Koontz fan. Added bonus, this book was autographed. Not sure the seller knew. I read this to my daughter for Christmas and she enjoyed it immensely! Read morePublished 1 month ago by SnarkyTexan
While this is not easy to find, since my father found this oddity years ago it has been a holiday staple in our house. Read morePublished 7 months ago by N. Henry
Great kids book, I have been reading this to my 9 year old son for 3 years in a row, I had to buy a new one as the paper back copy I had lost it's binding.Published 7 months ago by Mrs.C
Currently my favorite Christmas book. A fun read for adults and children beyond the primary grades. Read morePublished 10 months ago by cocodavis
Loved this story. Share it with my class every Christmas. Students love to listen to the story and then go back through the book and find the hidden snow men.Published 13 months ago by pink pages