Halloween and Santa Claus

The real Santa shares the time we went for a fly on Holloween in the Sliegh with the Elves and saw Marvin on the Moon with his Family.https://itunes.apple.com/gb/book/the-santa-stories/id422132146?mt=11 Let these short Christmas stories, with the simplicity and purity of freshly fallen snow, transport you to a place of magic and joy. Think of the sweetness of cinnamon and candy canes, bright sparkly colours and the excitement of knowing Santa is on his way. These stories will awaken the joy and excitement of Christmas in every generation. Watch your children’s eyes light up and feel the warmth of Christmas spirit in your heart as you tell them captivating stories in Santa’s own words. You will treasure these 25 modern classic tales forever. Make every advent evening a special time of joy and togetherness with a wonderful Christmas bedtime story!

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Santa’s Hat

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Christmas Stories,Santa Meets the Queen of England

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English: The “Darnley Portrait” of Elizabeth I of England, oil on panel, 113 x 78.7 cm, National Portrait Gallery, London (NPG 2082). Probably painted from life, this portrait is the source of the face pattern called “The Mask of Youth” which would be used for authorized portraits of Elizabeth for decades to come (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Christmas Stories,Santa Meets the Queen of England

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Kitty and Santa’s Stories

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Christmas Stories,Stuck in the Chimney

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Santa Claus (also known as Saint NicholasSaint NickFather ChristmasKris KringleSanty or simply Santa) is a folklore figure in various cultures who distributesgifts to children, normally on Christmas Eve. Each name is a variation of Saint Nicholas, but refers to Santa Claus. In today’s North American, European and worldwide celebration of Christmas, people young and old simply refer to the hero of the season as Santa, or Santa Claus.

Conventionally, Santa Claus is portrayed as a kindly, round-bellied, merry, bespectacled white man in a red coat trimmed with white fur, with a long white beard. On Christmas Eve, he rides in his sleigh pulled by flying reindeer from house to house to give presents to children. To enter the house, Santa Claus comes down the chimneyand exits through the fireplace. During the rest of the year he lives together with his wife Mrs. Claus and his elves manufacturing toys. Some modern depictions of Santa (often in advertising and popular entertainment) will show the elves and Santa’s workshop as more of a processing and distribution facility, ordering and receiving the toys from various toy manufacturers from across the world. According to American public opinion, Santa Claus lives at the North Pole, though North Pole is in the middle of theArctic Ocean and there is no land. According to legend the Santa Claus at Macy’s in New York City is often said to be the real Santa Claus.

Since most activities associated with Santa Claus are extraordinary, such as delivering presents to all of the believing children in one night, how he squeezes down chimneys, how he enters homes without chimneys, why he never dies, and how he makes reindeer fly, magic is usually used to explain his actions.

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Christmas Stories,How Santa Created Santa’s Village

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Santa Claus‘s home traditionally includes a residence and a workshop where he creates—often with the aid of elves or other supernatural beings—the gifts he delivers to good children at Christmas. Some stories and legends include a village, inhabited by his helpers, surrounding his home and shop.

In North American tradition (in the United States and Canada), Santa lives on the North Pole, which according to Canada Post lies within Canadian jurisdiction in postal code H0H 0H0 (a reference to “ho ho ho”, Santa’s notable saying, although postal codes starting with H are usually reserved for the island of Montreal in Québec). On December 23, 2008, Jason Kenney, Canada’s minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism, formally awarded Canadian citizenship status to Santa Claus. “The Government of Canada wishes Santa the very best in his Christmas Eve duties and wants to let him know that, as a Canadian citizen, he has the automatic right to re-enter Canada once his trip around the world is complete,” Kenney said in an official statement.[44]

There is also a city named North Pole in Alaska where a tourist attraction known as the “Santa Claus House” has been established. The US postal service uses the city’s zip code of 99705 as their advertised postal code for Santa Claus. A Wendy’s in North Pole, AK has also claimed to have a “sleigh fly through”.[45]

Each Nordic country claims Santa’s residence to be within their territory. Norway claims he lives in Drøbak. In Denmark, he is said to live in Greenland (near Uummannaq). In Sweden, the town of Mora has a theme park named Tomteland. The national postal terminal in Tomteboda in Stockholm receives children’s letters for Santa. In FinlandKorvatunturi has long been known as Santa’s home, and two theme parks,Santa Claus Village and Santa Park are located near Rovaniemi.

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