Item description for A Silent Night for Peef by Waldman House Press & Tom Hegg...
On Christmas Eve, Santa returns to visit the multicolored teddy bear that he had made by hand the year before and finds him well worn and well loved.
Publishers Description PEEF and Santa are reunited in this warn sequel PEEF reveils his sense of security and how deeply he embraces his new life.
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Studio: Waldman House Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.4" Width: 11.32" Height: 0.42" Weight: 1.2 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2003
Publisher Waldman House Press
Grade Level Multiple Grades
ISBN 0931674352 ISBN13 9780931674358
Availability 0 units.
More About Waldman House Press & Tom Hegg
Tom Hegg is a husband, father, grandfather, teacher, actor and writer. He has touched countless lives with his New York Times Best Selling title, "A Cup of Christmas Tea" and his series of books about "PEEF The Christmas Bear." Tom trained at Carnegie-Mellon University and won a Bush Fellowship for Graduate Study at the University of Minnesota. Tom then enjoyed several seasons with the Guthrie Theater Acting Company. He is now the Director of Drama at Breck School in Minneapolis where he holds the rank of Master Teacher. The Heggs - Tom and Peggy - are Minnesota Scandinavians who know all the jokes. Their son, Adam, and his wife, Breanne, have twice made them grandparents. Imogen Beatrice and Helena Blythe are the light of their lives.
Tom Hegg currently resides in Eden Prairie, in the state of Minnesota.
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Reviews - What do customers think about A Silent Night for Peef?
A book of love and filled with wisdom! Oct 10, 2005
It's been a year since PEEF left Santa Claus and became the beloved companion to a little boy. It's time for Santa Claus to make his rounds visiting all the children on Christmas Eve. He misses the little bear he made with his own hands from the fabric given to him by the elves. Santa Claus misses him so much that he saves PEEF's house for the last visit on Christmas Eve.
There, under the covers, snuggled up next to the little boy is PEEF. Santa Claus is so happy. But what has happened? Something is different. PEEF has changed! He's become faded, has some rips and tears and can no longer say his name.
Santa wants to help PEEF become like new again. But PEEF explains that he is the way he is because he is loved. PEEF shares all of his adventures with Santa who then understands. PEEF is who he is and is where he should be and that is what is important.
A Silent Night for PEEF is a touching story filled with love and wisdom. The illustrations are colorful, bold and beautiful. They will captivate children and adults alike.
Armchair Interviews says: A Silent Night for PEEF is a wonderful gift for that special child in your life. It is a book that children will keep and read again and again.
Peef Is Tops With Little Kids Feb 17, 2000
My boys (4 and 6) received Peef bears and the original Peef Christmas book last year. Since then, Peef has attended everything from a Fourth of July party to Thanksgiving dinner. Both bears are a little worn with love now. So the boys loved hearing more about Peefs just like theirs -- just a little worn and a lot loved. The outdoor/real life picture were more to their liking, because their Peefs had been outside and been played with like the Peef in Silent Night. They were glad to know that Santa may come to see their Peefs again, too. If you're looking for something that's bound to tickle any little one's fancy at any time of the year -- get them a Peef bear and this book!
A sweet child's book with a deeper meaning Sep 23, 1999
I'll be honest--I buy books for my child that I like--and I REALLY like this book. Santa visits Peef, a toy he handmade the previous year, only to find Peef dirty and faded. Santa wants to "fix" Peef, but it turns out that Peef is quite happy the way that he is--worn by love and full of memories. Even if your family does not believe in Santa Claus, this sweet book will appeal to you.
My storytime group loved this book! Dec 8, 1998
If you've been wondering what happened to Peef since Santa found a home for him, this book will bring you up to date. He has had some big adventures and is a little worse for the wear but he is very happy with his life. This teaches a good lesson for children: You are okay just the way you are; you don't need to look like what others may consider ideal. The lesson here for parents is that you need to let go and let kids be themselves. This second Peef book is shorter than the first one and my preschoolers love it.
Great ryming! Oct 14, 1998
It wasn't as good as the original Peefbook but I liked it! It told kids who maby had peefed their bears so they wouldn't peef again, that it was okay if they still loved them!