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On game show – leads him to a magical place he thought existed only in Christmas storiesAt the North Pole Flea feels even like an outsider In fact this storybook village reminds him of every school he’d ever attended complete with overachievers and underachievers popular elves and outcasts even elves who aren’t afraid to march to their own beat But during his training to become a proper builder elf he discovers that the North Pole has an arch nemesis bent on invading the elfish lands and ending Christmas forever With a war looming against the South Pole Flea’s sudden appearance at the North Pole is no coincidence as he uestions his role in the fate of the world’s grea. My rating 3 out of 5 bookwormsMy children's rating 5 out of 5 bookwormsThis was a freebie Kindle book courtesy of BookBub if you need daily offerings of freecheap ebooks in your life look into thisI was not as enthralled by this story as my kids were We had many interesting discussions brought about by the book Both my 8 year old son and 10 year old daughter laughed at several partsThe kids have demanded the second book in the series even though Christmas is over

Summary The North Pole Challenge (Fleas Five Christmases, #1)

The North Pole Challenge Fleas Five Christmases #1Test holiday“The North Pole Challenge” is not your typical Christmas story Everyone knows about Santa Claus his elves and the North Pole but this book provides a fresh outlook on the old familiar tales Imagine Santa Claus as a reclusive loner Rudolph as a narcissistic whiner the elves as cruel party animals And no great story would be complete without an enemy of epic proportions another familiar Christmas name with a wicked past never before told Until nowCHECK OUT OTHER BOOKS BY THE AUTHORFLEA'S FIVE CHRISTMASESBOOK ONE THE NORTH POLE CHALLENGEBOOK TWO THE RUDOLPH CHALLENGEBOOK THREE THE JACK FROST CHALLENGEBOOK FOUR THE FROSTIE CHALLENGE BOOK FIVE THE SOUTH POLE CHALLENG. Awesome readI realize this book is for kids but I got it for myself as I wanted something casual to occupy a few hours I ended up glued to the kindle desperate to finish the story only to discover it's part of a series that I now HAVE to purchase Great writing and a uniue storyline that anyone should enjoy

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The North Pole Challenge (Fleas Five Christmases, #1) Review ë PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ WINNER OF THE BEST UNPUBLISHED NOVEL IN THE 2010 NEW YORK BOOK FESTIVALFlea has always been different from other students in school He’s not smart or athletic he’s shorWINNER OF THE BEST UNPUBLISHED NOVEL IN THE 2010 NEW YORK BOOK FESTIVALFlea has always been different from other students in school He’s not smart or athletic he’s shorter than kids five years younger than him and his facial features are so pointy that everyone avoids him His foster mother constantly warns him to avoid attention though Flea has no idea who’s after them But Flea has recently discovered several abilities that change his life forever snowy weather follows him wherever he goes he stops snowballs in mid flight and he builds anything in shop class in the matter of minutes despite his lack of training An appearance on The Great Build Off – a popular constructi. Flea is stuck in the misery that is junior high made worse by his small stature weird pointy ears and unusual nickname His only refuge is shop class where he discovers he has a natural ability with woodworking Unfortunately his foster mother Ms Mabel forbids him from being in shop class something about it being 'too dangerous' The shop teacher Mr Strick hears about a carpentry contest and enters Flea against his foster mother's wishesBut the contest is televised After the carpentry competition Flea starts imagining that the snowmen in his neighborhood are looking at him On Christmas Eve he's whisked away to the North Pole and finds that he is actually one of Santa's Elves Even though he's a natural woodworker Flea is nowhere close to elf standards and has to prove his ability to be able to join the elf eliteWhat I liked about this bookI really enjoyed this story Flea is a nice kid trying to find a way to navigate junior high and finds some of the same problems of fitting in when he has to attend the North Pole's elf school He tries to stick to the high ground and be good to other people forming solid friendships along the wayI loved the premise and cracked up that the elf kid was good in shop class The North Pole was beautifully described and I liked the explanation for Santa's magic through the storyWhat I didn't like about this bookI wanted a few answers about who Flea really is It's established that Flea is the main character's nickname but his actually name is never given He's a foster kid so there's some uestion about who his parents are which is touched on but readers are left with uestions than answersOne of the subplots is that the South Pole is attacking the North Pole I wanted a little explanation in that department too It was never uite clear why there was a threat to the North Pole to begin withHowever the book was left open ended for a seuel which I will of course be checking outFinal VerdictOne of the best MG stories I've read this year This is a solid 45 star book too good to round down to 4 stars so I'm giving it 5 that would be fun for the entire family to read This is definitely worth the 099 Check it out for some holiday cheer