In Search of St. Nicholas

In Search of St. Nicholas

By Bruce Templeton (CA)

Publisher: Flanker Press


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This little book is a tale of two journeys, both in search for St. Nicholas and the meaning of Christmas. The first is the story of a young boy with a teddy bear and a lamp who sets out with Santa Claus to go back in time to a place where he can give the gift of his teddy bear. The little boy explores the lore of Christmas, going back to the very beginning, and takes the reader along for the ride. The boy, and the reader, will meet other children like Robert L. May (writer of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer), Charles Dickens (A Christmas Carol), and Bishop Nicholas of Myra. The childhood of each one shaped their lives, their stories, and the traditions we hold dear today. The second journey is that of author Bruce Templeton, who shares true stories of his forty years assisting Santa Claus. He has been called upon many times to visit young and old alike who need comforting in difficult times. In this book, Bruce’s emotional journey ends with the birth of a child on Christmas Eve at the Janeway Children’s Health and Rehabilitation Centre in St. John’s, which gave him the inspiration for this book.
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Language: eng

146 pages

Publication Date: 20191022

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