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!
An Advent calendar is a special calendar used to count or celebrate the days in anticipation of Christmas. The days always overlap with the Christian season of Advent. Despite the name, most commercially available Advent calendars begin on December 1, regardless of when Advent begins, which can be as early as November 27 and as late as December 3. Many take the form of a large rectangular card with “windows” of which there are usually 24: one for each day of December leading up to Christmas Day. The doors are opened starting with the first one. Consecutive doors are opened every day leading up to Christmas. The calendar windows open to reveal an image, poem, a portion of a story (such as the story of the Nativity of Jesus) or a small gift, such as a toy or a chocolate item. Some calendars are strictly religious, whereas others are secular in content.
Kitty and Santa could not do what we do without the amazing joyful Elves who surround us! Known for laughter, creativity and compassion every day, we thank God for Kathy Heet and Jason Kopp. Keep shining sunshine! #joytotheworld
HO!! Ho!! ho!! Write a letter to Kitty and Santa Claus! Yes kids its true! Just finish this letter... and send an email Santa’s waiting for *you*! From the North Pole, Santa will send your reply… faster than Rudolph the reindeer can fly!!
Santa’s Safety Tip: Always check with an adult before giving out any information about yourself on the Internet. You don’t have to enter your email address to get a reply from EmailSanta! Santa also prefers that you don’t include your last name, street address or phone number in your letter — the info below is all he really needs to keep the “Naughty & Nice List” up-to-date!