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Lill's Travels in Santa Claus Land

Ellis Towne

Book Overview: 

This is a story that a mother named Lill tells her daughter. In her story Santa Claus is a farmer that grows most of his toys. Then one year there is bad crop of soldiers....

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .I thought they looked very much surprised at their surroundings. Farther on were china dolls, that looked quite grown up, and 010011[Blank Page] -->012I suppose were ready to pull; and a gardener was hoeing a row of soldiers that didn’t look in a very healthy condition, or as if they had done very well.

“The gardener looked familiar, I thought, and as I approached him he stopped work and, leaning on his hoe he said, ‘How do you do, Lilian? I am very glad to see you.’

“The moment he raised his face I knew it was Santa Claus, for he looked exactly like the portrait we have of him. You can easily believe I was glad then! I ran and put both of my hands in his, fairly shouting that I was so glad to find him.

“He laughed and said:

“‘Why, I am generally to be found here or hereabouts, for I work in the grounds every day.’

“And I laughed too, because his laugh sounded. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Lill's travels with Santa Claus is part of a bunch of other short stories, but is really the only one worth reading. It would be a shame to pull down the ratings of the story to include the rest, so I'm not going to.

This is a story that a mother named Lill tells her daughter. In her story Santa Clau