Book Review: Ian, CEO, North Pole by Eric Dana Hansen
Today I will be reviewing Ian, CEO, North Pole by Eric Dana Hansen.
I love christmas books, and this one managed to captivate me right from the very beginning. It's just fine thinking about Santa and the North Pole and being a kid for a little while, and with Christmas coming up this will be an awesome book to pick up for a little kid.
I think my favorite part of reading this was seeing the descriptions about Santa's workshop and everything come to life. The author does an amazing job of painting the picture with incredibly simple but effective descriptions, and I was able to see exactly what the author was trying to show.
It was short and sweet and very well put together. Ian was a compelling and creative character, and I think there is enough solid information in this book to make both parents and kids happy.
Great for kids of all ages!
Early in his career at the North Pole, Ian is unaware of the impact that Christmas and Santa Claus have on the citizens of the world. However, he soon finds out that it really doesn’t matter what country you call you own or whether you practice a religion, or not. It’s likely that you’ll find youself celebrating a special version of the holiday season. And in so doing you might just be served by Santa, or one of his man helpers around the world.
Ian, being very bright, is called upon to help Santa keep up with what’s going on in a rapidly changing world. He loves the challenge and excels in his new role. He soon finds himself asked to accompany Santa and the reindeer on Christmas Eve. What happens during that fateful evening will go down in history!
About the Author
Eric Hansen is a first generation Danish-American. He was born in Philadelphia while his immigrant parents were on their way from Denmark to a new life in southern California. He grew up in Santa Maria, California and now resides in Reno, Nevada. As a former corporate leader, Eric was a firm believer in enabling people to realize their full potential. This is reflected in IAN, CEO, NORTH POLE.
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