A Christmas story for children and for the child in each of us

A Christmas story for children and for the child in each of usA Christmas story for children and for the child in each of us
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by Jane Gerencher

Santa's Sugar in three formats:

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Book

Slide Show

Book

Santa's Sugar,  winner of ten awards, is a Christmas book for children and families.  The cost is $15.50, including shipping at the media rate in the USA.   


Santa's Sugar, hardbound, 51 pages
Copyright 2012


To request a free inscription in the book that you purchase, send an email to the author (at jgnautilus@gmail.com) and supply the name/s of the recipient/s.  


Santa's Sugar is also available directly from Amazon.com in other formats.  The paperback version is entitled Santa's Sugar: A Christmas Story:  Illustrated Edition and is priced at $11.99.  The text-only version is entitled Santa's Sugar: A Christmas Story: Text-Only Edition and is priced at $6.99 for the paperback version and at $2.99 for the ebook version.

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Play

Slide Show

Book

SANTA'S SUGAR,  the play,  was performed by Cactus Canyon Junior High School, December 6, 2018, at the Apache Junction Performing Arts Center  (PAC) to two audiences totaling 750 people.  Both performances were enthusiastically received.  To see excerpts from the performance, go to YouTube: 

 https://youtu.be/AceA1G0dr-Q


The play, in four scenes, is suitable for children's theater and school drama club productions.  The  play would also be fun for a senior citizen production or for a fun  group reading such as a family gathering, allowing the readers to  develop the personality and humor of their character.


The main characters are Santa; Mrs. Claus; Nugget, a little elf who can't find his/her place in the workshop;  Twizzle, a compassionate reindeer,  and Twink, head elf and narrator.  

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Slide Show

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  • The text of this Christmas story and all the images are available as free pdf files for non-profit groups to use with their constituencies.  For-profit groups should contact the author for other arrangements.  


The story can be read to an audience while the images are projected.  The images are numbered and are coordinated with the text for ease of use.  


The author requests that, should you choose to use the slide show, you send her an email (jgnautilus@gmail.com) with the organization's name, address, coordinator's name, and type of audience (i.e., library class, children's party, etc.).  She would also appreciate feedback on the group's reception of the story.