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It’s Christmas Eve and young Max is having trouble believing Santa can deliver so many presents in one night. Is Santa Claus real? He resolves to stay up and catch the giver of presents, even though his brothers try to talk him out of it.What happens when the boys wake Christmas morning? Did Max catch Santa? Have presents been delivered? Is the magic of Santa as real as MaIt’s Christmas Eve and young Max is having trouble believing Santa can deliver so many presents in one night. Is Santa Claus real? He resolves to stay up and catch the giver of presents, even though his brothers try to talk him out of it.What happens when the boys wake Christmas morning? Did Max catch Santa? Have presents been delivered? Is the magic of Santa as real as Max’s parents say it is?...

Title : Max, the boy who didn't believe in Santa Claus
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ISBN : 9780992577148
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 50 Pages
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Max, the boy who didn't believe in Santa Claus Reviews

  • Penny Minding Mom
    2019-03-05 01:25

    Every year on Christmas Eve, the kids and I make a special plate of cookies for Santa and then we set the "Santa Trap". We set up a hidden camera and wait for Santa...One year we caught Santa right in our living room! The next year we even caught Rudolf on camera! While we want the kids to remember the real meaning of Christmas, the birth of our Lord, Jesus Christ, I still want them to have a little bit of that special magic that comes when you believe in Santa Claus."Max, The Boy Who Didn't Believe In Santa Claus" is the story of Max, a little boy who begins to doubt in the existence of Santa Claus. How can one person deliver presents to every child in the world? Max decides to stay awake all night and catch Santa in the act. His brothers try to talk him out of it, but Max is determined. Will Max catch Santa? Will the presents be delivered? Is the magic of Santa real?The illustrations are wonderful. They set the mood for a Christmas story perfectly. I love the cartoon feel of them and the bright bold colours. The expression on the faces of the Mr. and Mrs. Joy are priceless.The author has chosen very Christmas-like name: Mr. and Mrs. Joy, Noel and Kris. The kids will have fun trying to come up with other Christmas words that people have as names.This story is a great opportunity to talk to you children about consequences. When Max decides to set up a secret plan to catch Santa there are dire consequence. Santa doesn't arrive like expected. Take this opportunity to speak with your child about how each action in life has a consequence...sometimes good and sometimes bad.It is a fun Christmas story that any child will be able to relate to. Younger children will understand the excitement the boys have of Santa's arrival and older children who are beginning to doubt will feel Max's struggle with the truth!The author, Lou Silluzio has delicately dealt with the age old question, "Is Santa real?". This was a book I decided to read before I read it to the kids, just in case it gave anything away. The author has created a wonderful story, that will leave your children deciding for themselves on the existence of Santa Claus.Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of the eBook "Max, The Boy Who Didn't Believe In Santa Claus" in exchange for my review. All opinions are 100% my own.

  • Autumn
    2019-03-16 01:59

    http://kachildrensbookreviews.blogspo... We received this book to give an honest review.K liked this book and thought it was very silly that Max didn't believe in Santa and was worried about him getting presents. K is still at the age that he believes in Santa so I was wondering how he would take this book. I thought it was quite silly how Max planned on staying up to catch him in the act but when he didn't and there were no presents that morning what happens? Because Max doesn't believe could that be the reason for no presents or is there something more? Now I believe this to be a cute children's book that lets kid's imagine what happens with Max and his beliefs. I know some parents do not do the whole Santa Claus thing and that is cool to each their own. Just know there is a good outcome within this story though we are never told if there is or is not a Santa Claus.

  • Victoria Hall
    2019-03-05 03:02

    Loved this book! This is absolutely perfect for any young child questioning whether Santa Claus exists. The author's delicate approach to such a sensitive matter ensures the preservation of festive traditions, so readers need not worry about spoilers or giveaways. The book also reinforces a number of wonderful Christmas messages, such as the importance of family and togetherness. But most of all, it will encourage little ones to snuggle down and go to sleep on Christmas Eve! There is also plenty to discuss and point out in the book's bright and lively illustrations - they are just beautiful. Overall, a very big festive thumbs up from me!

  • Lou Silluzio
    2019-03-16 07:07

    A lot of the my book ideas come from observing and listening to my grandchildren. Children have much better imagination than we do, because their minds aren't cluttered with garbage like ours (well mine is!!).I hope you enjoy reading Max's story as much as I enjoyed writing it. Please write a review to let me know what you thought. Thank you.