The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus
Author: L. Frank Baum
Number Of Pages: 116
Publisher: Starry Night Publishing
Details: Two years after he wrote “The Wizard of Oz,” Lyman Baum decided to write a book detailing the origins of Santa Claus. More than 100 years later, it is considered a classic Christmas tale. When Nicholas, a mortal child, is discovered in the forest, he is raised by fairies and elves, learning their ways, and the ways of nature. He decides to devote his life to making the children of the world happy, until one day, he becomes too old. Will magic be able to save St. Nick?