Young Santa

Author: Dan Greenburg
Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks
ISBN: 9780439616362
Size: 61.28 MB
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Young Santa. Tells how Santa got his name, how he grew up at the North Pole, why he started asking children what they wanted for Christmas, and how he got started delivering presents. Reprint.

The Adventures Of Young Santa

Author: Michael Pace
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 059516997X
Size: 26.27 MB
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The Adventures Of Young Santa. “Robin Hood in Red Fur!” Refreshingly different, this “early biography” tells the story of Santa Claus from birth through his first ride. It presents Santa as a full-blooded young man, a reluctant hero motivated by love. The story is fun and exciting, featuring sword fights, dank castles, hidden treasure, fierce Vikings, daring escapes, the secret elf civilization, deceit, jealousy, humor and young romance. The Book answers “historical”questions about Santa such as: Where was Santa was born? What was he was like as a kid? How did he get his name? How did he get to the North pole? What are the Elves’ names? Why does Santa brings us gifts on Christmas eve? Why is his suit red? Why does he go down chimneys? Why do bad kids get soot in their stockings? YOUNG SANTA is destined to become a holiday classic for young and old to enjoy year after year!

Young Claus

Author: J. Michael Sims
Publisher: Cygnet Trumpeter Pub
ISBN: 9780964597662
Size: 79.45 MB
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Young Claus. A fantasy about a young orphan who encounters many adventures in his mission to be Santa.


Author: Federico Gamboa
Publisher: UNC Press Books
ISBN: 9780807833698
Size: 37.30 MB
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Dutch Fairy Tales For Young Folks

Author: William Elliot Griffis
Publisher: Cosimo, Inc.
ISBN: 1596053488
Size: 80.92 MB
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Dutch Fairy Tales For Young Folks. Above all things, the most fun for a young Oni is to get into a crockery shop. Once there, he jumps among the cups and dishes, hides in the jars, straddles the shelves and turns somersaults over the counter.-from "The Oni on His Travels"This collection of traditional myths and legends from Holland sings with the spirit of that charming land, and delves into its culture to illuminate the nation's sprightly personality. First published in 1918, it features a bewitching selection of fairy tales: The Entangled Mermaid The Boy Who Wanted More Cheese The Elves and Their Antics The Legend of the Wooden Shoe The Curly-Tailed Lion Santa Klaas and Black Pete The Goblins Turned to Stone and many more.Children and adults alike will continue to find this a delightful read today.American author, educator, and theologian WILLIAM ELLIOT GRIFFIS (1843-1912) was born in Philadelphia. He is also the author of Welsh Fairy Tales, The Firefly's Lovers, The Unmannerly Tiger, Brave Little Holland, and Bonnie Scotland.

The Musings Of A Professional Santa

Author: Hector Mc Leod
Publisher: Archway Publishing
ISBN: 1452525161
Size: 40.34 MB
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The Musings Of A Professional Santa. A light hearted approach to young and olds approach to a Santa photo tradition.

Understanding Green Building Guidelines For Students And Young Professionals

Author: Traci Rose Rider
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 9780393733303
Size: 27.38 MB
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Understanding Green Building Guidelines For Students And Young Professionals. Summarizes the main issues and strategies of the forceful and fast-paced green building movement. Many professions are increasingly producing tools to assist clients in breaking down and understanding the different elements that reside under the umbrella of the sustainability movement. For the design and construction professions, this unpacking often takes the form of green building guidelines and rating systems. This book aims to look at a selection of both national and local green building rating systems and guidelines, ranging from commercial to residential. While the goal is to provide students and young professionals with a solid overview of each product, enabling them to understand the differences and select the most appropriate system for their chosen projects, the book provides valuable overviews and comparisons for anyone interested in better buildings: designers, homeowners, realtors, contractors, facility managers, site designers, and more.

Young Michelangelo

Author: John T. Spike
Publisher: Gerald Duckworth & Co
ISBN: 0715643320
Size: 69.98 MB
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Young Michelangelo. 500 years ago a 37 year old man completed a work that became the cornerstone of High Renaissance art: the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. Young Michelangelo is the definitive account of the early years of one of history's greatest artists, probing the thinking, artistic evolution and yearnings of a young man thoroughly convinced of his own exceptional talent. John T. Spike brings to life this momentous age, taking in the bonfire of the vanities and the siege of Florence, and reveals the overwhelming influence that Michelangelo's charismatic personality had on his contemporaries, including the Medici, Machiavelli and Leonardo Da Vinci.

Young Choristers 650 1700

Author: Susan Boynton
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer Ltd
ISBN: 1843834138
Size: 35.25 MB
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Young Choristers 650 1700. First full-length consideration of the role played by young singers, bringing out its full significance and its development over time.