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Reviewed by Tiffany Ferrell for Readers' Favorite
We all know that to children, Santa Claus and his elves work very hard in order to make sure all the kids in the world get their presents on December 25th. It seems like he works all year round, but even Santa needs a break. Where do the Claus’s go when they need a vacation? They could go golfing or take a few days at a fine hotel where no one would guess who they were. There are so many possibilities from museums to yoga retreats, but really we don’t know!
I think Kim Ann has done a wonderful job in piquing our interest in Where Does Santa Go On Vacation? It’s a question that I feel every child truly has. What does Santa do on his time off? Surely he can’t be working three hundred and sixty-five days of the year. When he wants to get away, where do he and Mrs. Claus go? In this children’s book, we go through a number of possibilities as to where Father Christmas might go when he needs a break after the holidays. It’s fun to read and see the different places that the couple might go. The illustrations are also very engaging for the young reader and fit in well with the overall story. Nejla Shojaie did an excellent job in this area. The colorful and fun drawings will really draw the young reader into the tale being told. Overall, it’s an adorable story that will make children think outside the box and pose questions which are always good for a child to do. It’s definitely a book I would buy and recommend to parents.