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The Santa Story and Tina
by Arita Trahan

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Paperback
8" x 10"
32 pages

This inspiring and delightful storybook is Arita Trahan's follow-up to her guidebook for parents, The Santa Story Revisited: How to Give Your Children a Santa They Will Never Outgrow.

In this charming picture book, a young girl learns to enjoy Santa in surprising new ways. With whimsical full-color illustrations by Ross Anthony, the book helps parents emphasize the generosity of the Santa story by playing Santa with their children, as well as for them.

Arita's inspiration for The Santa Story and Tina came when she told her then-3-year-old daughter about Santa. Shortly afterward, she was surprised to find an awkwardly-wrapped present "for you, Mommy, from Santa." She had expected her youngster to focus on imagining all the gifts she might receive and was touched that she first imagined ways that she could give.

For the child in everyone, this book is a reminder of what the Santa archetype is really about. Readers of all ages will be charmed by a fresh new perspective on the Santa story.

The Santa Story and Tina is the perfect gift for every child at Christmas time or in the months leading up to the holidays.

The Santa Story and Tina: $8 Add to Cart
 
The Santa Story and Tina plus
The Santa Story Revisited:
$18 Add to Cart
 

See also Jan Hunt's article "Does the Santa Legend Endanger Trust?"

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