The Search for South Pole Santa

The Search for South Pole Santa The population alarm has gone off at the North Pole alerting the world that there will soon be too many children for Santa to serve The search begins for a second Santa South Pole Santa Many people a

  • Title: The Search for South Pole Santa
  • Author: Jinglebelle Jackson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 389
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The population alarm has gone off at the North Pole alerting the world that there will soon be too many children for Santa to serve The search begins for a second Santa, South Pole Santa Many people apply, but only six are selected to compete including a teenage girl attending school far away on a remote tropical island Cassandra Penelope ClausmonetsiamlydelaterraThe population alarm has gone off at the North Pole alerting the world that there will soon be too many children for Santa to serve The search begins for a second Santa, South Pole Santa Many people apply, but only six are selected to compete including a teenage girl attending school far away on a remote tropical island Cassandra Penelope Clausmonetsiamlydelaterra wants the job, despite the odds against her and everything that goes wrong Can Sandra s dream come true Can she become South Pole Santa The polar opposite of Santa And who, or what, is trying so hard to keep her from it This is a book full of mayhem, magic, mystery, bad guys, dark caves and a good dose of elves Not just for the Christmas lovers amongst us, anyone who enjoys a fun adventure where kindness reigns in the end, will enjoy this timely new holiday choice Oh, Oh, Oh Preview the book with this smile making book trailer youtube watch v oXagkE

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    1. Santa informs the world that it is overpopulated. Way to go Santa! Anyway, instead of this being a preachy message, instead he needs to find another Santa. A South Pole Santa.Meanwhile Sandra Clauswithawholebunchofstuffaddedon is getting ready to graduate and isn't clear what she wants to do next. So upon hearing of this gig opening up she applies.Sandra is an orphan who lives on a boat with her guardian and attends a magical school for any type of child (fairy, elf, human, big foot, or whatever [...]

    2. If you take bits of "Charlie & the Chocolate Factory", "Harry Potter" and add a story about becoming the next Santa (or in this case an additional Santa), you would have this book.Sandra and some other people who are from various parts of the world are selected to participate in some challenges to become the "South Pole Santa" because the world's population has become too much for Santa to handle by himself.The candidates come from all walks of life and backgrounds and each seem to have thei [...]

    3. Four stars BUT I'm very angry about the ending! Not enough Xmas spirit to forgive the nasty marketing trend of leaving a story hanging so you have to buy the next installment! At the very least readers should be warned in description of book that it is not stand alone if you want answers to the mysteries! Other than that, pretty good read. Good book for preteen and young teens.

    4. Magically pleasant with from start to finish! Meant to be read with a childish spirit, this Christmas story puts a bit of a spin on the traditional and takes you back and forth from the islands to the North Pole and introduces you to some very special characters along the merry way. (If made into a movie, I believe this tale would compliment Will Ferrell's "Elf" quite well!

    5. ExcellentThis book was well written, so well written that you felt you were there with Sandra and Cappie. Even though Sandra has suffered a significant loss in her life, thus has not turned her against Christmas or having the Christmas spirit. But what will happen when she and Cappie go on an adventure?

    6. Interesting angle!The idea that a second Santa was needed was an excellent choice to write a humorous and mysterious book. I am going on to the second book in this series and hoping it is just as good.

    7. Really enjoyable story about a Second Santa. This would be a great read-aloud book read each night before Christmas. Not your typical Holiday book and it appears it is the first in a series as I believe we had a cliff-hanger ending. The granola bars sounded really good too!

    8. This is the first book that I have read by Jinglebelle Jackson and I really enjoyed it. Can not wait to read the next book in the series. These books were brought to my attention by a friend of my moms who is friends with the author. The characters in this book are well developed and interesting, and there is a little bit of everything in this book, mystery, adventure and a little bit of Romance. I'm looking forward what this series has in store in the next 4 books.

    9. Fun Christmas story even for an adultI didn't expect much out of this story as it is a kid's story but I was pleasantly surprised at how fun it was for an adult to read. I enjoyed how the magic of Christmas was woven into a fantasy story with other magical elements and lots of great friendships and special relationships.Thanks to the last page I must now figure out if there is a sequel!

    10. I LOVED this book. The story was so fun and original with great characters. And it was fun to read during Christmas time. I wasn't too happy that the book had no indication that it was part of a series so the story abruptly ended without a conclusion. I would have liked a warning! Despite this I will most likely be reading the rest of the series in the future. I would like to know what happens and have some fun Christmas spirit in the mean time!

    11. Cute, light, feel good Christmas story.This was a light, quick read Christmas tale - a little suspense, a little romance and lots of Christmas spirit. I look forward to reading more of the series.

    12. Wonderfully WrittenMontebEllo Jackson did a great job writing this two hundred twenty-two page book. This would be a nice story to read to children during the Christmas season.

    13. .A great lighthearted read with a colorful cast of characters. Can't wait to read more from JingleBelle Jackson! Happy reading and Merry Christmas

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