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Santa Lives Five Conclusive Arguments Fby Ellis Weiner
Synopses & Reviews
Does Santa Claus actually exist?
In this slim-but-enthralling volume, Ellis Weiner addresses this age-old question and comes to a surprising answer. Guess what it is.
Using many of the same arguments-and even some of the same words-employed by people much smarter than he to answer other, even harder questions, Weiner offers a brilliant step-by-step analysis that is as full of insight as it is insightful. His investigation touches on a myriad of topics, including the existence of napkins, the differences between birthday cake and fruitcake, and whether Santa is American.
So, does Santa Claus exist?
Read this unbelievably intelligent (and unbelievably funny) book to find out. Otherwise, no one would ever guess.
For the first time, the thorny question of whether Santa Claus is real is definitively and hilariously answered. The author offers five unimpeachable arguments for Santa's existence.
About the Author
Ellis Weiner has been an editor at National Lampoon, a columnist for Spy, and is the author of Drop Dead, My Lovely and The Big Boat to Bye-Bye. He is also a co-author of Yiddish with Dick and Jane.
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