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As the downtrodden people of Grimsvig struggle under totalitarian rule, Klaus stealthily evades the guard and slips magical, living toys into the poorest of homes to lift their spirits.

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Joy to the world, Klaus has come! 0

Originally published at The Hub City ReviewKlaus #2 is an absolutely joyful book, in the fullest sense of the word. It is full of depictions of merriment, particularly scenes of the pesant children, destitute and deprived, discovering to their delight piles of presents to play with. Dan Mora captures in their eyes that same twinkle which Moore attributed to Saint Nicholas. More over, the book itself is a constant source of merriment, produced in the readers’ hearts through such jestful sce...

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