How to Catch Santa by Jean Reagan and Lee Wildish

October 21st, 2015 kimbacaffeinate Review 70 Comments

21st Oct

Welcome to another Nonna’s Corner. Today I am sharing an adorable holiday book, How to Catch Santa by Jean Reagan and Lee Wildish. Geared for children 4- 8 years of age this delightful holiday read is sure to excite young children. Grab a cup of peppermint mocha coffee or tea and enjoy.

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How to Catch Santa by Jean Reagan and Lee Wildish
How to Catch Santa
by Jean Reagan, Lee Wildish
Published by: Random House
Genres: Childrens
Pages: 32
Source: Publisher
Purchase: Amazon
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After waiting for days and days and days, it’s finally Christmas Eve. And that’s when you can try to catch Santa. . . . From Jean Reagan and Lee Wildish, creators of the bestselling HOW TO... series, comes a delightful new offering, written again in a hilarious instructional style. Two sibling narrators give clever tips for “catching” Santa (be crafty! be clever! be gentle!) on Christmas Eve. Filled with humor and holiday warmth, this is a jolly read-aloud for the whole family to enjoy!

How to Catch Santa by Jean Reagan and Lee Wildish is such a fun read and perfect for children who believe. Filled with colorful images it explores how to catch Santa on Christmas Eve. What will you do if you catch him?  Do you have questions? It shares how to listen for Santa and how to hunt for clues that he has been there For example, add glitter to a letter you leave for Santa, or place carrots outside for the reindeer. The book is for readers ages 4 to 8 but is perfect for reading to the little ones this holiday season.  The colorfully illustrated images will hold their attention and giggles are sure to ensue. Geared to spark the imagination it is sure to lead to questions and a fun family discussion. I would not be surprised if this became a family favorite. If you are looking for a fun holiday gift, this beautiful hardcover edition is sure to make them smile.

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70 Responses to “How to Catch Santa by Jean Reagan and Lee Wildish”

  1. Kristin

    OH, cool! This just came out! I’m going to show it to Jake at B&N and see if he likes it! I like that it has a lot of text so even though he’s 9 and a “believer” there’s enough for him to read (make sense?). Great book to review! I never thought about what I’d do if I caught Santa 😉

    Kristin recently posted: Review: Missing Dixie by Caisey Quinn
  2. Ania

    Thank you so much for this recommendation as I am on the hunt for cute Christmas books for my friend’s daughter for Christmas. She loves beautiful illustrations although she is not even two. Wonderful blog!

  3. Ramona

    My son used to love these books about Santa! The Science of Santa, and how he gets everywhere in one night, and what he does when there’s no chimney, lol 😀

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  4. Rita

    Beautiful illustrations and sure to be a hit for most young children.

    Unfortunately a bit too “young’ for my youngest grandchild, but it would otherwise have made a great gift (but I would skip reading the sentence about leaving glitter in a letter for Santa– yikes, sparkles all over my floor, lol)!

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  5. Melanie Simmons

    I always tried to catch Santa when I was a kid. I was even good about not sleeping, but I could never catch him. I stayed up to 1 am one year (much to my parents chagrin), but still nothing. I was always adamant about leaving treats for the reindeer. I’ve been a animal person since I was very young.

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  6. Jess

    I love the vibrant illustrations! This book looks adorable and is sure to be a hit. I know I dreamed of catching or spotting Santa when I was little. 🙂

    Jess recently posted: Village Story Peddlers
  7. Jean Reagan

    Hi Kimberly!
    Thanks so much for your enthusiasm for my Santa book. My editor alerted me to your blog. I’ve been lurking and reading the comments for a couple of days. Time to say hello, I figured. 🙂 Authors get a little excited, but nervous, with each new book. At least I should say that I get nervous. So, I really appreciate your comments. Thanks! Ho, ho, ho! (Hard to get too Chrstmassy in October, isn’t it!?) . Jean

    • kimbacaffeinate

      Awe, thanks for stopping by and commenting. We adore the book, and yeah it is hard in October, but now is the time to start shopping for the little ones 🙂