Sad Santa by Tad Carpenter
  

Synopsis

Sad Santa by Tad Carpenter

For Santa, 26th December was a horrible, awful day. It was THE WORST DAY OF THE YEAR because Christmas was over. This quirky, funny and completely unique picture book by hot young illustrator Tad Carpenter will appeal to kids and parents alike. It is aimed at children between 4 and 7 years old. Santa gets the post-holiday blues...When the toys are all made, the presents handed out, the Christmas cookies eaten, and the stockings unhung from the chimney with care...Santa is miserable. His reindeer and elves can't lift his spirits and even a vacation with Mrs. Claus doesn't do the trick. Will Santa ever feel like his old holly-jolly self again? This quirky, funny and completely unique picture book by hot young hipster illustrator Tad Carpenter will appeal to kids and parents alike.

About the Author

Tad Carpenter is an illustrator, designer and teacher. He has worked with Macy's, Adobe, Target, MTV, Hallmark Cards, Nick Jr. and Publix, to name a few. He feels very lucky to draw, paint and create for a living. Tad lives in sunny, snowy and forever changing Kansas City with his wife, Jessica, who is also a graphic designer. Tad is very rarely sad.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: 4-7

Author

Tad Carpenter
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Publisher

Sterling an imprint of Sterling Publishing Co Inc

Publication date

1st November 2012

ISBN

9781402788307


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