Dogs can't replace Santa's reindeer, but they will leave readers howling with laughter!
Santa loves his reindeer. But what happens when he decides to let dogs pull his sleigh? What kind of dog would be best?
The Labradors made too much noise, the mastiffs were too big, and the greyhounds were too fast. Santa tried poodles, Pekingese, pit bulls, Shar- Peis, Dalmatians, dachshunds, basset hounds, sheepdogs, and even mutts. He wound up adopting all the dogs, but none could replace the reindeer.
Award-winning author Jerry Pallotta delivers a humorous Christmas tale that reimagines what Santa's sleigh ride would be like with dogs. Young dog lovers will bark and howl along as they see Santa Claus give every dog a chance. Will Terry's illustrations show the zany fun of what happens when Santa lets dogs do a reindeer's job.
Jerry Pallotta is an award-winning author of children's books, including What I Saw in the Teachers' Lounge, Dinosaur Christmas, Who Will Guide My Sleigh Tonight?, Apple Fractions, and The Hershey's Milk Chocolate Multiplication Book. His combination of interesting facts, detailed research, humor, and realistic illustrations have mesmerized countless children across the United States. You can visit him at www. jerrypallotta.com.
Will Terry has created illustrations for children's books, advertisements, and other publications. He lives with his wife and children in Orem, Utah. Visit him online at www.willterry. com.
Praise for Dinosaur Christmas by Jerry Pallotta and illustrated by Howard McWilliam
"As Santa reviews the pros and cons of various dinosaurs, a gorgeous presentation evolves that families will find simply hilarious--and refreshingly unique!" -- Children's Bookwatch
Praise for F Is for Fenway by Jerry Pallotta and illustrated by John Dykes
"Pallotta writes with such infectious enthusiasm ... that readers will join him in appreciating and admiring all that makes Fenway a monument to the great American sport." -- Booklist
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