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by Linas Alsenas

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ISBN:
0439779790
Author:
Linas Alsenas
Category:
Holidays & Celebrations
Language:
English
Publisher:
Scholastic Paperbacks; Reprint edition (October 1, 2008)
Pages:
32 pages
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1597 kb
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1549 kb
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Rating:
4.7
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Linas Alsenas, 2001 Harvard University graduate in History of Art and Architecture, grew up with his two older siblings and two parents.

Linas Alsenas, 2001 Harvard University graduate in History of Art and Architecture, grew up with his two older siblings and two parents. He currently lives in Sweden with his partner and their pet parrot named Oliver.

Claus Takes A Vacation book. Linas now lives in London with his Linas Alsenas has spent - OK, spends - way too much time singing show tunes to himself in the mirror

Claus Takes A Vacation book. Linas now lives in London with his Linas Alsenas has spent - OK, spends - way too much time singing show tunes to himself in the mirror. He has written several books for children and young adults, including Gay America, Peanut and Mrs Claus Takes a Vacation. His latest book is Beyond Clueless, a novel about teens living in s a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, that is very much like Linas's hometown. Books by Linas Alsenas.

Claus Takes a Vacation. Scholastic Inc ISBN 9780439779791 Paperback 32 Pages . 4" x 1. 2" Ages 4 to 8. Mrs. Claus hitches up the reindeer and takes a world tour - leaving Santa to take care of himself for the first time in a long time. But will she be home in time for Christmas? "All of the characters have wonderfully expressive faces, and there are plenty of fun details. A great addition to any seasonal storytime. School Library Journal. Explore similar books.

Linas Alsenas is the author of several books for young people. My wife collects Christmas books and I found one of yours for her, it's an adorable story and she loves it! Charles Nusbaum

Linas Alsenas is the author of several books for young people  . My wife collects Christmas books and I found one of yours for her, it's an adorable story and she loves it! Charles Nusbaum. where's the "love" button? :) Hope you're well, Linas!! English (US) · Suomi · Svenska · Español · Português (Brasil). Information about Page Insights Data.

Linas Alsenas (born 1979 in Cleveland, Ohio) is a gay Lithuanian–American author and book illustrator. In 2006, Scholastic released his first picture book, Mrs. Claus Takes a Vacation, which he wrote and illustrated. In 2007, Scholastic released Peanut, followed by Hello My Name Is Bob in 2009.

In 2006, Scholastic released his first picture book, Mistress Claus Takes a Vacation, which he wrote and illustrated

In 2006, Scholastic released his first picture book, Mistress Claus Takes a Vacation, which he wrote and illustrated. Alsenas is also the author of Gay America: Struggle Foreign Equality, published by Amulet Books in 2008, the first gay history textbook written for teens. The book was an American Library Association"s Stonewall Book Awards Children"s and Young Adult Literature Award Honor Book in 2010.

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By Linas Alsenas Linas Alsenas Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. It's a much different book than one usually sees, much more about the relationship between Mr. and Mrs. Claus than anything else. Walmart 9780439779791. I like all the exotic destinations Mrs. Claus visits. It opens up worlds for kids in a roundabout way.

In 2006, Scholastic released his first picture book, Mrs. Alsenas is also the author of Gay America: Struggle For Equality, published by Amulet Books in 2008, the first gay history textbook written for teens Alsenas currently lives in Stockholm, Sweden with his husband, Jan Wilhelmsson.

In this charming picture book debut, Mrs. Claus leaves the snow (and her husband) behind in order to see the world . . . and get back in time for Christmas. Now available in paperback!Mrs. Claus needs to get out of the house. The endless snow at the North Pole is getting her down. And she doesn't see why her husband should get all the travel time in the family. So she hitches up the reindeer and takes a world tour--leaving Santa to take care of himself (and the remaining reindeer) for the first time in a long time. Mrs. Claus loves traveling the globe . . . but she also misses Santa as much as Santa misses her. Will she be home in time for Christmas?
  • Frei
Delightful! My grandchildren & Kindergarten class loved it! They got a kick out of seeing Mrs. Claus travel to different places and enjoy herself.
  • Naktilar
Charming pictures full of clever details, plus a glimpse of other cultures. The picture of the Taj Mahal is particularly beautiful!
  • Bladecliff
I read this to my elementary students every year and connect it to a writing prompt. The children love it!
  • SlingFire
Good price-fast shipping-item as described-would buy from again.
  • Umrdana
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  • Dagdage
I read this book aloud to my children.

This is a whimsical tale about Mrs. Claus, who is feeling terribly tired of sitting at home alone each year while her husband gets to travel the world! Promising to return before Christmas Eve, she packs her bags to set off on her adventure.

Santa worries how bored and lonely Mrs. Claus likely is, but the illustrations convey how much fun she is having! Well...at least in the beginning. Soon, everywhere she looks, she is reminded of what she is missing back home and cannot wait to return! Santa is so happy to have her home that he asks if she would like to accompany him on his annual journey, and they set off together!

My kids and I just loved this book! It was funny, sweet, and heartwarming. We plan to read it every Christmas!
  • Asyasya
I think there could have been a more positive way to show her decision to take a vacation, and a more positive way to show the couple interacting. I was looking for a Mrs. Claus story because she is rarely in the limelight, but this is not the way to do it.
I bought this for my kids last year and thought it was nice. When I brought it out again this Christmas, the kids were thrilled with it. It was their favorite Xmas book. They are now 4 and 5 and just love the illustrations and the humor in the story. It's a little different and they like that.