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Reviewed by Melinda Facal for Readers' Favorite
North Pole, We Have a Problem! is a children’s book written by Nita Marie Clark with illustrations by Kathy N. Doherty. In this delightful story, readers get a sneak peek at the North Pole and all that goes into making Santa Claus’ magical ride on Christmas Eve successful. The elves are joyously working, while the dedicated reindeer are on standby, ready to fly Santa’s sleigh. Mr. and Mrs. Claus lovingly oversee every detail of the operation. Modernization has come to the North Pole, which makes the work of Santa and the elves much easier and more efficient. When a technical problem arises, Santa and his team are presented with a tremendous challenge. Will they be able to keep the holiday spirit alive and well? This charming story is full of whimsy and good Christmas cheer.
Nita Marie Clark’s North Pole, We Have a Problem! shares a heartwarming holiday tale. Told with humor and a sense of goodwill, this joyful story is sure to keep young readers engaged. The lovable characters, well-known and new, and the cozy holiday atmosphere create an enchanting and uplifting read. Young readers will be rooting for Santa and his crew as they attempt to solve a situation that jeopardizes Santa’s mission. There are many amusing and laugh-out-loud moments throughout this gleeful story as everyone works together to try to save the Yuletide spirit. The thrill and anticipation that many children experience on Christmas Eve are captured in this endearing story. North Pole, We Have a Problem! is a highly recommended and entertaining read.