A little girl's belief in Santa is restored in this ode to the magic of Christmas. This is a holiday gift readers will treasure for years to come!
It's two weeks before Christmas, and Deja is worried that Santa might not be able to visit her--after all, as a city kid, she doesn't have a chimney for him to come down and none of the parking spots on her block could fit a sleigh, let alone eight reindeer! But with a little help from her family, community, and Santa himself, Deja discovers that the Christmas spirit is alive and well in her city.
With bold, colorful illustrations that capture the joy of the holidays, this picture book from award-winning author Tiffany D. Jackson and illustrator Reggie Brown is not to be missed.
About the Author
Tiffany D. Jackson is the author of the Coretta Scott King - John Steptoe Award winner Monday's Not Coming, and numerous other YA novels. She lives in her hometown of Brooklyn, New York. This is her first picture book.
Reggie Brown is an artist and illustrator with a background in corporate graphic design. He lives in San Diego, California. This is his first picture book.
"Warm [and] imaginative...[a] reassuring book for any child who’s ever worried about Santa’s magic reaching them." –PW