Robert D Reed Publishers
Nikkolas: The Story of Santa Claus
Illustrated with 33 Pieces of Original Art
This story by John G. MacKenzie is about the life of Santa Claus, from birth until death. Given up by his father because his mother died in childbirth, Nikkolas grew up with a different family every year until he was fifteen years old and lived with a carpenter and his wife. There he learned the carpentry trade. Nikkolas and his wife could not have children, so he made wooden toys for everyone else’s children and delivered them on Christmas Eve.
“Nikkolas, The Story of Santa Claus is a simply lovely book for young children. With a slightly different cultural take on the famous gift giver, and employing some of the most detailed and beautiful illustrations to open up the story, John G. Mackenzie, the author, offers a memorable version of a new Christmas tale. Simply gorgeous.” ~ Brian Van Norman (www.authorbrianvannorman.com)
About the Author:
John G. MacKenzie, a Canadian, attended the University of Waterloo in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, and studied acting for one year. He then went to Humber College in Toronto to study film and television production, graduating with honors. His first love, though, is as a portrait artist and writing stories.
Nikkolas: The Story of Santa Claus by John G. MacKenzie
Category: Historical Fiction
Paperback: $24.95, 8.5 x 8.5, 100 pages
Amazon Kindle eBook: $8.99, 48 pages
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