Author(s): Simon Camilleri
An original Christmas fable about when Santa first learns about Jesus' message of grace.Unexpectedly, Santa finds himself on a his own spiritual and philosophical journey full of humour, self-reflection, wonder and redemption. Complemented by the beautiful and engaging illustrations of Matt Boutros, this book hopes to inspire many a conversation about faith, philosophy and the messages of Christmas, between adults and children alike.
"I wish I’d had this book for my children when they were growing up. I’m sure they’d want to read it again and again. Beautifully produced with a clear gospel message." – Mike Raiter
"This is an attractive, imaginative, and effective presentation of the gospel for children. It is quirky: Santa Claus converted by an elf is not a common idea! But it gets its message across clearly: both the nice and naughty are only saved by Christ’s death on the cross. Thank you Simon." – Peter Adam
"As a father of four young children, I’m thankful for Simon’s innovative book and I trust it will lift their eyes to the wonder and truth of Jesus. Wonderfully written and beautifully illustrated this is bound to add some sparkle to your Christmas celebrations." – Guy Mason
"The message that good comes to the undeserving in the birth of our Saviour Jesus, is such a wonderful message! Anything that prevents it from being obscured or clouded by ideas that good just comes to the good, is to be welcomed. Simon’s book makes it very clear that Christmas is good news for those that don’t deserve it." – Neil Chambers