Mrs. Claus Explains It All by Elsbeth Claus

A keepsake book that will be a hit year after year!  ~ Sheila

By: Elsbeth Claus, David Wenzel
Product ISBN: 9781402211058

Every year millions of letters to Santa reach the North Pole. Many are requests for presents. And many letters have questions about Santa, the elves and workshops, the reindeer, and, of course, the North Pole.

Now Mrs. Claus has her own gift for you – for the first time ever, she’s taking a break from her very busy schedule to answer real questions from children of all ages. Join her on a tour of the North Pole and learn some of the best kept secrets of Christmas from the person who knows it all – Mrs. Claus!

Each question is accompanied by the colorful illustrations of David T. Wenzel, whose projects have included the Christmas bestseller Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer by Robert L. May and the visualization of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit as illustrated in graphic novel format.

A big beautiful book that was exciting to pull off the shelf.  Page by page the questions are posted by the children with care…. and Mrs. Claus has the answers to share!

Dear, Mrs. Claus, what are their favorite songs?  It’s safe to say pretty much all the Christmas carols, of course.  Then there are quite a few favorites that are in the old Elfin languages, which I can;t include here because the letters don’t exist on my keyboard.  Elves love to sing rounds too, but you won’t catch Elves singing mushy love songs.

Fascinating and fun pictures that I enjoyed so much I know that the little ones would!

Great questions that the kids want to know…. Mrs. Claus has the answers!

I love oversize books and this large Christmas read is perfect for an evening of hot cocoa and a cookie or two.

My Amazon Review

This review copy is from Sourcebooks

22 thoughts on “Mrs. Claus Explains It All by Elsbeth Claus

    1. I did like it and all of these beautiful childrens review books go on a shelf when I am done with them in hopes that some day I will have a little one around that i can read to. 🙂

  1. I put this book in our library. It isn’t really good for a large story time, but it is great to sit with one or two on your lap and go through the book. Children can sit for a long time just looking at the details in some of the pictures.

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