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Santa Lives!: Five Conclusive Arguments for the Existence of Santa Claus
by Ellis Weiner | Literature & Fiction
Registered by wing6of8wing of Silver Spring, Maryland USA on 3/20/2017
Average 3 star rating by BookCrossing Members 

status (set by rmravicz): travelling


2 journalers for this copy...

Journal Entry 1 by wing6of8wing from Silver Spring, Maryland USA on Monday, March 20, 2017

6 out of 10

A book that I recently acquired for the purposes of giving it away at an upcoming book festival with my friends in BCinDC.
 


Journal Entry 2 by wing6of8wing at Day of the Book (street festival) on Howard Avenue in Kensington, Maryland USA on Sunday, April 16, 2017

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Released 7 mos ago (4/23/2017 UTC) at Day of the Book (street festival) on Howard Avenue in Kensington, Maryland USA

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Journal Entry 3 by rmravicz at Silver Spring, Maryland USA on Tuesday, April 25, 2017

1 out of 10

This book had such a cute title and premise. Also the cover is festive and gentle. It is also very small and brief. I was expecting a light, feel-good Christmas-y book I could read to my children at the dining table. Instead it turns out to be a formal, theoretical, philosophical treatise. Way too serious and heavy for my taste. I will release it back into the wild... possibly donate it to the MCPL used book store. 


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