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  • Author:
    Lynne Cravath,Patricia Rae Wolff
  • ISBN:
    0439574498
  • ISBN13:
    978-0439574495
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  • Publisher:
    Scholastic Inc.; 1st edition (2002)
  • Pages:
    32 pages
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Patricia Rae Wolff (Author), Lynne Cravath (Illustrator). When November rolls around, Santa unveils his new and improved self, and is dismayed that the children seem to hate all the changes he's made.

Patricia Rae Wolff (Author), Lynne Cravath (Illustrator). Not to worry: Mrs. Claus helps him get back to his traditional attire in time for Christmas, and Santa learns a valuable lesson. Funny, trendy references and a cool retro feel to the art make this an appealing book for adults as well as kids.

Wolff, Patricia Rae; Cravath, Lynne Woodcock, il. Santa Claus changes many things about himself, including his diet, clothes, and means of transportation, in an attempt to become a new, improved Santa. no page number in the book.

Wolff, Patricia Rae; Cravath, Lynne Woodcock, ill. Publication date.

A New, Improved Santa book. Lynne Cravath (illustrator).

by Patricia Rae Wolff & illustrated by Lynne Cravath. Precipitated by a certain snugness in his special seasonal suit, Santa suffers a serious, year-long identity crisis in this comical offering from Wolff (Cackle Cook’s Monster Stew, 2001, et. He goes on a diet, lifts weights, cuts and dyes his hair and beard, tries out new clothing styles, and gets a boom box and a computer. Santa experiments with different transportation methods and finally replaces his sleigh and reindeer with a roaring red rocket-copter.

A new, improved Santa is one who is true to himself and to the spirit of Christmas.

But do kids really want a slimmer, hipper, cyber Santa? He seems to think so, and gets to work on his resolution to slim down, pump-up and become more fashion forward. Mrs. Claus patiently watches Santa go through his mid-life crisis while preparing the North Pole for a traditional holiday. A new, improved Santa is one who is true to himself and to the spirit of Christmas.

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Title: A New Improved Santa. Author and illustrator: Patricia Rae Wolff/Lynne Cravath. New Improved Santa delivers a message about the comforts and dependability of tradition and tried-and-true methods without exhibiting any Luddite leanings

Title: A New Improved Santa. Publisher: Orchard Books. New Improved Santa delivers a message about the comforts and dependability of tradition and tried-and-true methods without exhibiting any Luddite leanings. Although, as someone who cannot part with hard copies of any piece of paper for fear of some computer glitch, I did let out an amused whoop after Santa's cyberspace naughty-nice list disappears and Mr.

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A new, improved Santa, by Patricia Rae Wolff ; illustrated by Lynne Cravath

A new, improved Santa, by Patricia Rae Wolff ; illustrated by Lynne Cravath. Wolff, Patricia Rae author. Publication Information. New York : Orchard Books. pages : illustrations ; 29 cm. Summary. Santa Claus - Juvenile fiction.

Patricia Rae Wolff, A New Improved Santa, Orchard (New York, NY) .

Patricia Rae Wolff, A New Improved Santa, Orchard (New York, NY), 2002. Teresa Bateman, The Princesses Have a Ball, Albert Whitman (Morton Grove, IL), 2002. Gloria Whelan, A Haunted House in Starvation Lake, Random House (New York, NY), 2003. Under name Lynne Avril Cravath) Laurie Friedman, Love, Ruby Valentine, Carolrhoda (Minneapolis, MN), 2006. Under name Lynne Avril Cravath) Barbara Abercrombie, The Show-and-Tell Lion, Margaret K. McElderry Books (New York, NY), 2006. A popular illustrator of books for children, Lynne W. Cravath finds inspiration for her lighthearted cartoon-style art in the everyday things that happen all around her.

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Nalmergas
So cute! The kids in my class enjoyed the story.
Gavikelv
I loved it
Thundershaper
This is a very cute story about Santa trying to change for modern times until finally realizing that he was good just the way he was! Kids love seeing him transform!
Boraston
Funny story. Book arrived in plenty of time for reading it .
Drelahuginn
This is such a cute Story. Santa decides it's time for a change (mid-life crisis perhaps?). He changes his hair, clothes, and even goes on a diet. But when the kids don't recognize him, will it be too late to get back to his old self? Great for around kindergarten age level.
Hinewen
A cute tale of what happens when Santa decides his "ho-ho-ho is so-so-so boring." I loved this book because of its multiple layers. Kids will find the many looks of Santa to be amusing. The story's rhythm is fun to listen to. The book reinforces the months of the year. And, you'll find some subtle lessons tucked within the text.

A great author. I hope we see more picture books from her!
Anaginn
We checked this book out from the library last year and my four year old daughter had me check it out a second time. We renewed it both times too! She loved the story, the artwork, and we especially loved that Santa, a respected figure, made healthy food and exercise choices. He ate tofu! Perfect for vegetarian kids and families!
Just fun! A great book to share with children.