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Annie thinks the Santa in the mall looks like her grandfather's friend. But a Jewish Santa? When Annie's parents find out she asked Santa for a Christmas tree, they tell her she must stand up for her own beliefs. This picture book combines the festivities of two holidays to teach a lesson in tolerance and charity.
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Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. See our disclaimer. The text flows along well and you can 'hear' the conversations that occur between the family around the table as if you were sitting right there The illustrations are quite lovely and complement the text quite well..
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This book would be a worthwhile addition to any collection. The realistic illustrations reflect that setting and portray an appealing cast of characters. Annie can't believe her eyes! The "Santa" in the mall looks so much like her grandfather's friend, Simon. A Jewish Santa?
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Annie lines up to get a closer look - and ends up "placing an order". Simon Greenbaum, flat broke, has taken the job at the Winter Castle to earn a few dollars between jobs, he tells her. And after all, with his long white beard, he looks just like Santa already.