Each family member has a different idea of where the big man goes to relax.
CLIFTON, N.J. (PRWEB) September 25, 2013
In Elizabeth Rooks’ new children’s book “Where Does Santa Go on Vacation after Christmas?” (published by AuthorHouse), children learn how to say hello in eight different languages as the book’s precocious protagonist embarks on a fun-filled adventure to find a vacationing Saint Nick.
Readers follow Tyler, a young boy with a huge imagination and unquenchable curiosity, as he runs around his house asking his entire family where Santa goes on vacation. Each family member has a different idea of where the big man goes to relax. With every story Tyler is told, he, as well as the readers, learn an interesting fact about a foreign culture. Children learn how to say hello in Japanese, Arabic, Greek, French, Spanish, Hindi, Italian and Hawaiian.
With simple words and captivating pictures, “Where Does Santa Go on Vacation after Christmas?” is a delight for the whole family.
An excerpt from the book:
“Tyler asked his older sister, ‘Where does Santa go on vacation after Christmas?’
His older sister replied, ‘Maybe he visits France and learns how to say hello in French: Bonjour. Possibly he takes a picture in front of the Eiffel Tower.’
‘Wow!’ Tyler shouted with delight.”
About the Author
Elizabeth Rooks came to the United States from Haiti at the age of 7. At 30, she was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer which prompted her to go back to school and obtain a master’s in children’s literacy. Now six years in full remission, she resides in New Jersey, where she teaches special education. In her spare time she enjoys working on arts and crafts projects. She is the author of the book “Rayne Queen Water Supplier of the World” and is currently working on a Christmas trilogy.
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