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santahat “There Was a Boy Who Lived on Pudding Lane” (1921)

A 1921 story about Santa Claus' childhood (he was the grandson of Mother Goose), his little brothers and sister, how he began to make toys, how he developed the custom of leaving toys for sleeping children on Christmas Eve, and how he got married.

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"There Was a Boy who Lived on Pudding Lane" by Sarah Addington
From The Ladies’ Home Journal, December 1921


A True Account, if Only You Believe it, of the Life and Ways of Santa, Eldest Son of Mr. a
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