The Night Santa Got Lost (Hardcover)

How NORAD Saved Christmas

By Michael Keane, Michael Garland (Illustrator)

Regnery Kids, 9781621573982, 28pp.

Publication Date: October 26, 2015

Other Editions of This Title:
Hardcover (10/9/2012)

List Price: 16.99*
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Description

*Special edition perfect for military families!*

Every Christmas millions of kids and adults track Santa on the NORAD Santa Tracker. Now, author Michael Keane brings to life this fun tradition with his children's book The Night Santa Got Lost: How NORAD Saved Christmas. Written in the iconic style of “The Night Before Christmas,” The Night Santa Got Lost begins on a blustery and treacherous Christmas Eve as Santa sets off to deliver toys to good little boys and girls everywhere. As always, NORAD is faithfully tracking him to make sure no harm comes his way. But when Santa disappears from their radar screen, NORAD’s skills and resources are put to the test as they scramble to find Santa and save Christmas. Entertaining and educational, The Night Santa Got Lost will delight parents and children alike while teaching kids about our military, team work, and the true spirit of Christmas.


About the Author

Michael Keane is a professor at the University of Southern California and a Fellow of National Security Affairs at the Pacific Council on International Policy. In addition to his military work, Keane has appeared on The History Channel several times and he has also been on NPR, CNN, FOX News, and CNBC. He lives in California. Michael Garland is an award-winning and best-selling illustrator whose books include, Miss Smith and the Haunted Library, Miss Smith Under the Ocean, Oh, What a Christmas!, and more. Garland has also illustrated for celebrity authors such as James Patterson, and his illustrations for Patterson's SantaKid were the inspiration for Saks Fifths Avenue's Christmas holiday window display in New York City. Garland frequently speaks at schools, literary conferences and festivals across America. He lives in New York City.