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Santa Goes Green In New Smash Hit Children's Book

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Looks like everyone’s going green these days…even Santa!

In a new children’s book, Santa Goes Green , a boy named Finn writes to Santa, asking him to help raise awareness about global warming. Finn has adopted a polar bear (one animal you won’t find on PetFinder.com), and polar bears are losing habitat to global warming.

Finn tells Santa he does not need any toys for Christmas, but instead he wants the jolly old elf’s help. “Santa can do anything in (Finn’s) mind,” says author and publisher Anne Margaret Lewis.

The book had sold 13,000 in the last month – which is huge for a children’s book – and it’s fully preview-able online.

Check Santa Goes Green out at mackinacislandpress.com!

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Trading beef for beans is not a solution, veganism is

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