Lubrican's holiday offerings consist of three Santa pieces, but not your "usual" Santa stories. If you're a believer, then these stories are for fun, and to think about the Jolly Old Elf in a little bit different way than you may have before. If you're one of those sad, misguided people who DOESN'T believe in Santa ... well ... you just might be in for a rocky read, and a life-altering change in your belief system.
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In a philosophical look at all things Santa, we start with a story that may make chills run down your spine. We know that Santa has a list of kids naughty and nice ... but what if Santa himself is naughty? Then there's a lusty poem to shake off those chills, followed by a story that will warm the cockles of your heart, and which you may want to share with any parents you know, especially parents of kids in the age range of, say six to ten years.
And if you, like the author, are a TRUE believer, and sometimes find yourself having to defend your belief, here are some fresh arguments that will leave the detractors with their jaws sitting on the floor. The last story in particular is for everyone who has ever been asked by a child "Is Santa Claus real?"
Warning: While there are concepts and information contained within this book that IS family friendly, the narratives themselves are not for the consumption of those under the age of eighteen. These books do contain adult concepts, and the poem is bawdy as all getout. On the other hand, Lubrican recommends that parents give serious consideration to reading the last story to their teenage children themselves. You'll understand why once you've read it.